• what is the phase ϕ(x,t) of the wave?

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  • The phase of a wave is the amount of displacement of the wave at any given time. So, the phase of a wave at any point x and time t is denoted by ϕ(x,t). It is usually expressed in units of radians or degrees.

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      Jorge Paul

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