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Homework Help: As Physics

Posted by Susan on Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 12:00pm.

Please help me with this calculation

__________________ <- A vibrating wire which is 4cm long

Diameter= 0.0002m
Frequency= 2500Hz
density of carbon steel= 7700kg/m3
How do i find the tension of this wire?

This is some of the equations which we should be using: v= √T/, v=fλ, f=(n/2l) *(√T/)

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