Question:

A standing wave is formed when a wave reflects back on itself. What would be true of the parts of this standing wave that are in between the red dots (the parts moving up and down)? (A) These are anti

A standing wave is formed when a wave reflects back on itself.
What would be true of the parts of this standing wave that are in between the red dots (the parts moving up and down)?
(A) These are antinodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a maximum.
(B) These are antinodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a minimum.
(C)These are nodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a minimum.
(D) These are nodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a maximum.

A standing wave is formed when a wave reflects back on itself. What would be true of the parts of this standing wave that are in between the red dots (the parts moving up and down)? (A) These are antinodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a maximum. (B) These are antinodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a minimum. (C)These are nodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a minimum. (D) These are nodes and represent where the energy of the wave is at a maximum.