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What do i get if i differentiate the above equation with respect to "x" ?

Do i get the rate of change of amplitude when i put t=0?

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What do i get if i differentiate the above equation with respect to "x" ?

Do i get the rate of change of amplitude when i put t=0?

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rate of change of amplitude is velocity, ##\frac{dy}{dt}=##velocity of particle

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rate of change of amplitude is velocity, ##\frac{dy}{dt}=##velocity of particle

I want to say how much the amplitude changes as i move forward on x-axis.

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I want to say how much the amplitude changes as i move forward on x-axis.

Yes, you can say that!!

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