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Eitan Levy
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 Homework Statement:

There is an electromagnetic wave with a magnetic component equal to:
Bsin(ax+by3*sqrt(5)*10^6*t)(2x/3y/32z/3) (The second set of parentheses represent the direction of the wave)
What is ω for this wave?
 Relevant Equations:
 ω=kv
I am quite confused by this. I was sure that ω=3*sqrt(5)*10^6, because that is the coefficient of t, and generally u(x,y,z,t)=Asin(kx−ωt+ϕ) for a multi dimensional harmonic wave.
However in the answers it is said that ω=3*sqrt(5)*10^14. I can't see the reason for that, could anyone explain please?
However in the answers it is said that ω=3*sqrt(5)*10^14. I can't see the reason for that, could anyone explain please?