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The graphs below may represent either a picture of the shape of a wave on a string at a particular instant in time, *t*_{1}, or the transverse (up and down) velocity of the mass points of that string at that time. Depending on what they are, the wave on the string may be:

- a right going traveling wave
- a left going traveling wave
- a part of a standing wave growing in amplitude at time
*t*_{1} - a part of a standing wave shrinking in amplitude at time
*t*_{1}

- Graph A is a graph of the string's shape and graph B is a graph of the string's velocity.
- Graph A is a graph of both the string's shape and the string's velocity.
- Graph B is a graph of the string's shape and graph A is a graph of the string's velocity.

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