Part A: What is the strings linear density,

Part B: If the wavelength is 10.0 cm, which harmonic is this, counting the fundamental as 1?

Part C: For the case described in Part (b), what is the tension in N?

Mary Buchanan
2021-12-18
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A string of length L = 2.9 m and mass m = 0.095 kg is fixed between two stationary points, and when the string is plucked a transverse wave of frequency f = 84 Hz is generated.

Part A: What is the strings linear density,$\rho$ , in kilograms per meter?

Part B: If the wavelength is 10.0 cm, which harmonic is this, counting the fundamental as 1?

Part C: For the case described in Part (b), what is the tension in N?

Part A: What is the strings linear density,

Part B: If the wavelength is 10.0 cm, which harmonic is this, counting the fundamental as 1?

Part C: For the case described in Part (b), what is the tension in N?

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