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A wire 13.0 m long and having a mass of 80 g is stretched under a tension of 205 N. If two pulses, separated in time by 30.0 ms, are generated, one at each end of the wire, where will the pulses first meet?
Vibrations from a 650 Hz tuning fork sets up standing waves in a string clamped at both ends. The wave speed for the string is 410 m/s. The standing wave has four loops and an amplitude of 4.0 mm.
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