1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The displacement (in meters) of a wave is y = 0.37 sin((pi)t - 3.88(pi)x), where t is in seconds and X is in meters. What is the displacement y when t = 34.4 s and x = 6.7 m? 2. Relevant equations y = 0.37 sin(t - 3.88x) 3. The attempt at a solution y = 0.37 sin((pi)34.4-3.88(pi)6.7) y = .16452 meters What am I missing here? All I should have to do is plug the t and x values into the given equation right? For some reason I'm getting it wrong.