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# Please do it step by step and explain it. If a wave y(x, t) =(6.0 mm)...

Please do it step by step and explain it.

If a wave y(x, t) =(6.0 mm) sin(kx + (600 rad/s)t +phi) travels along a string, how much time does any given point on the string take to move between displacements y = + 2.0 mm and y= - 2.0 mm?

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