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The displacement of a traveling wave is given by

D(x, t) = (3.2 mm) cos (12.6 x + 157 t)

where x is measured in meters, and t in seconds.

Find (a) the amplitude, (b) the wavelength, (c) the period, (d) the wave speed, and (e) the direction of travel.

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