Traveling sinusoidal wave

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Homework Statement:
Please see below
Relevant Equations:
y = Asin(kx - ωt)
For part(a) of this problem,
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The solution is,
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However, why did they not have a point at (x,y) = (0, -3) initially? Also why did they not do a y against time graph?


Many thanks!
 

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why did they not have a point at (x,y) = (0, -3) initially?
You sure they don't ?

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Homework Statement:: Please see below
Relevant Equations:: y = Asin(kx - ωt)

However, why did they not have a point at (x,y) = (0, -3) initially?
Your question is meaningless without units. See query by @BvU.
 
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Sorry @kuruman and @BvU, I see my mistake.

Kind regards,
Callum
 

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