A guitar string oscilates at a frequency of 100 Hz and produces a sound wave (a) What do you think the frequency of the sound wave is that the vibrating string produces? (b) If the speed of the sound wave is v = 343 m/s, what is the wavelength of the sound wave?

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A guitar string oscilates at a frequency of 100 Hz and produces a sound wave (a) What do you think the frequency of the sound wave is that the vibrating string produces? (b) If the speed of the sound wave is v = 343 m/s, what is the wavelength of the sound wave?
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Hayden Espinoza
Answered 2022-09-26 Author has 7 answers
(a) The frequency of the sound wave is same as that of vibrating string, that is, f = 100 Hz
(b) The wavelength of the sound wave is given by
λ = v f = 343 100 = 3.43 m
Result:
(a)100Hz
(b)3.43m
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