Hello everyone! I got some parts of this question right but are stuck on others. Here is the problem: The equation of a transverse wave traveling along a very long string is given by y = 6.1 sin(0.010x + 3.0t), where x and y are expressed in centimeters and t is in seconds. Determine the following values. (a) the amplitude 6.1 (b) the wavelength 200 (c) the frequency ? (d) the speed ?cm/s (e) the direction of propagation of the wave +x [-x] +y -y (f) the maximum transverse speed of a particle in the string cm/s From the equation i got the amplitude, From the wave # i got the wave length. K = wave # K = 2*pi/WaveLength WaveLength=200 but now i'm stuck on how i'm suppose to find the frequency? If i could find the period, i could find the frequency. or if i could find the angular frequency I also could find the frequnecy. Once I find frequency, finding speed would be easy. V = WaveLength*frequncey How do you know the propagation of the wave? I got it right but it was through guessing. -x was the answer. Also how would i find the max speed? Does it invovle me taking the derivative of the function? Thanks!