tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-556007631349067217.post3220122322542068789..comments2017-12-28T05:42:37.568-08:00Comments on VISUALIZING MATHS & PHYSICS : WHAT DO SINE WAVE INDICATE, THEIR PURPOSE & EXAMPLES.BINNOYhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16087091424947885602noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-556007631349067217.post-36712213406558228672015-11-14T01:25:59.825-08:002015-11-14T01:25:59.825-08:00Hi,
Ganesh Naik.
Your question is valid. Nature do...Hi,<br />Ganesh Naik.<br />Your question is valid. Nature doesn't give preference to sine waves.<br />A cos wave for example is nothing but a sin wave delayed or advanced by 90 degree.<br /><br /><br />Imagine you have to plot a wave on a graph.<br /><br />CASE 1<br />You start plotting such that at the starting point (origin ) of the graph..the wave is at point zero. (AT x=0 ,...y = 0)<br />At x=0....y=0<br />i.e maybe at time = 0 sec .....the wave-height = 0.<br />Such a wave that is at zero point at the beginning of the graph is a sinewave.<br /><br />Case 2<br />You start plotting the wave such that at the beginning of the graph i.e at x = 0 or time = 0....the wave is at the highest point i.e at 90 degrees.<br />So at time = 0 sec....the wave is at y = 90 degrees.<br />(AT x=0,....y=max = maximum possible height of wave.)<br /><br />Such a wave is a Cos wave.<br /><br />So there is no much difference between a sine wave or a cos wave. It just depends upon from where you start plotting.<br /><br />I hope I interpreted the question properly. <br /><br />Binnoy.BINNOYhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16087091424947885602noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-556007631349067217.post-23445074563889473762015-11-13T22:02:58.260-08:002015-11-13T22:02:58.260-08:00why nature gives much preference to sine wave beca...why nature gives much preference to sine wave because all the changes in nature always in the sine wave.<br />Ganesh Naikhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15670909594260020334noreply@blogger.com