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Two copper wires are held under the same tension. If the linear density of the second is twice that of the first, what is the speed of the waves on the second wire (relative to the first)?

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    F(ten) = m₀•v²

    v=sqrt{F(ten)/m₀},
    If m₀₂ =2m₀₁ => v₀₁=√2•v₀₂

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