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A longitudinal wave travels on a slinky or any long spring. The wave is represented by the equation z(z, t) = 1.2 cm cos(1800 rad/s t + 60 m−1 z). What are the wavenumber and direction of propagation of the wave?



60 m−1; traveling in the + z direction



60 m−1; traveling in the − z direction



60 m−1; traveling in the + x direction



60 m−1; traveling in the − x direction

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