# What is the frequency f_1 of the string's fundamental mode of vibration?

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**physics**

A piano tuner stretches a steel piano wire with a tension of 765 N. The steel wire has a length of 0.400 m and a mass of 3.00 g. What is the frequency f_1 of the string's fundamental mode of vibration? What is the number of the highest harmonic that could be heard by a person ...

**Simple Physics**

Decide whether each of the following statements are T-True, or F-False. (If the first is T and the rest are F, enter TFFFF) A) If you decrease the tension in a string, the frequency of its fundamental vibration will get lower B) If you have a standing wave with frequency 5 ...

**Physics**

Waves of all wavelengths travel at the same speed v on a given string. Traveling wave velocity and wavelength are related by v=lambda*f,where v is the wave speed, lambda is the wavelength (in meters), and f is the frequency [in hertz]. Since only certain wavelengths fit ...

**PHYSICS**

Decide whether each of the following statements are T-True, or F-False. A) If you increase the tension in a string, the frequency of its fundamental vibration will get lower B) If the fundamental vibration of a string has wavelength lambda, then the next higher mode will have ...

**physics**

I have to figure out if the following are true or false in order to solve an equation. But I am getting at least two wrong so I can't get the next one right. A)If you increase the tension in a string, the frequency of its fundamental vibration will get lower B) If the ...

**Physics**

"A person is playing a small flute 10.75 cm long, open at one end and closed at the other, near a taut string having a fundamental frequency of 600.0 Hz. If the speed of sound is 344.0 m / s, for which harmonics of the flute will the string resonate? In each case, which ...

**Physics**

A 1m long string having mass of 4 gm is stretched by a force of 78.4N. calculate the frequency of the fundamental mode of vibration and the mass by which the string was stretched at its one end.

**Physics**

Which one of the following frequency can set the string into resonant vibration? If a guitar string has a fundamental frequency of 500Hz. a)250Hz b)750Hz c)1500Hz d)1750Hz

**Phys sci**

Which one of the following frequency can set the string into resonant vibration? If a guitar string has a fundamental frequency of 500Hz a)250Hz b)750Hz c)1500Hz d)1750Hz

**Physics Help!!!**

One of the 79.0 -long strings of an ordinary guitar is tuned to produce the note (frequency 245 ) when vibrating in its fundamental mode. Part A- If the tension in this string is increased by 3.2 , what will be the new fundamental frequency of the string? F= ? Hz i understood ...

**Physics Help!!!**

One of the 79.0 -long strings of an ordinary guitar is tuned to produce the note (frequency 245 ) when vibrating in its fundamental mode. Part A- If the tension in this string is increased by 3.2 , what will be the new fundamental frequency of the string? F= ? Hz i understood ...

**Science**

A string of an instrument is stretched between two points 25.0 cm apart with a tension of 65.0 N. The mass/length of the string is 4.00x10-3 kg/m. The frequency of the mode of vibration with the lowest frequency (the first harmonic) is

**physics**

A harpsichord string of length 1.60 m and linear mass density 25.0 mg/m vibrates at a (fundamental) frequency of 450.0 Hz. (a) What is the speed of the transverse string waves in m? (b) What is the tension in N? (c) What are the wavelength and frequency of the sound wave in ...

**Physics, waves**

A string vibrates in its fundamental mode with a frequency of 200 Hz. The string is 0.64 m long and has a mass of 1.61 g. With what tension must the string be stretched?

**Physics**

A harpsichord string of length 1.50 m and linear mass density 26.0 mg/m vibrates at a (fundamental) frequency of 460.0 Hz. (a) What is the speed of the transverse string waves? m/s (b) What is the tension? N (c) What are the wavelength and frequency of the sound wave in air ...

**Physics**

The fundamental frequency of the G string of a guitar is f=196Hz. The fundamental vibrational mode of the string is described by the standing wavey(t,x)=acos(2πft)sin(πxL)where L=65cm is the length of the string and a=1mm is the amplitude of the oscillations. ...

**Physics**

The top string of a guitar has a fundamental frequency of 300 Hz when it is allowed to vibrate as a whole, along all its 60.0 cm length from the neck to the bridge. A fret is provided for limiting vibration to just the lower two-thirds of the string. The guitarist can play a "...

**physics**

A stretched string of length 80 cm has a fundamental frequency of vibration of 400 Hz. What is the speed of the sound wave in the stretched string?

**physics**

The A string on a string bass is turned to vibrate at a fundamental frequency of 55.0Hz. If the tension in the string were increased by a factor of four, what would be the new fundamental frequency? I need some guides to do it. Thx.

**Physics**

The A string on a string bass is tuned to vibrate at a fundamental frequency of 59.0 Hz. If the tension in the string were increased by a factor of 4, what would be the new fundamental frequency?

**PHYSICS**

A string on a violin is tuned to vibrate at a fundamental frequency of 65.0 Hz. If the tension in the string were increased by a factor of three, what would be the new fundamental frequency?

**Physics- PLEASE HELP**

A 60.00 cm guitar string under a tension of 46.000 N has a mass per unit length of 0.11000 g/ cm. (a) What is the speed of the wave? (b) What is the fundamental wavelength for this string? (c) What is the fundamental frequency for this string? (d)What is the highest resonant ...

**Physics- PLEASE HELP**

A 60.00 cm guitar string under a tension of 46.000 N has a mass per unit length of 0.11000 g/ cm. (a) What is the speed of the wave? (b) What is the fundamental wavelength for this string? (c) What is the fundamental frequency for this string? (d)What is the highest resonant ...

**Physics- Someone Please Help!!!**

A 60.00 cm guitar string under a tension of 46.000 N has a mass per unit length of 0.11000 g/ cm. (a) What is the speed of the wave? (b) What is the fundamental wavelength for this string? (c) What is the fundamental frequency for this string? (d)What is the highest resonant ...

**Physics- Elena please help!**

A 60.00 cm guitar string under a tension of 46.000 N has a mass per unit length of 0.11000 g/ cm. (a) What is the speed of the wave? (b) What is the fundamental wavelength for this string? (c) What is the fundamental frequency for this string? (d)What is the highest resonant ...

**Physics**

The transverse standing wave on a string fixed at both ends is vibrating at its fundamental frequency of 250 Hz. What would be the fundamental frequency on a piece of the same string that is twice as long and has four times the tension?

**Physics ( oscillations and waves)**

a stretched string is observed to vibrate with frequency 30Hz in its fundamental mode when the supports are 60cm apart. the amplitude at the antinode is 3cm.the string has a mass of 30kg.calculate the speed

**Physics**

The transverse standing wave on a string fixed at both ends is vibrating at its fundamental frequency of 250 Hz. What would be the fundamental frequency on a piece of the same string that is twice as long and has four times the tension? I know the equation f=v/2L. and that v=(...

**physics**

a stretched string is observed to vibrate with frequency 30Hz in its fundamental mode when the supports are 60cm apart. the amplitude at the antinode is 3cm.the string has a mass of 30kg.calculate the speed of propagation of the wave and the tension

**More Frequency - Physics**

A guitar player plucks two strings simultaneously. One string is tuned to a (fundamental) frequency of 381 Hz. It is found that beats are audible, with a beat frequency of 5.54 Hz. What are possible values for the frequency of the other string? (Answer the larger frequency ...

**science**

1. A violin string is oscillating at a frequency of 880 Hz (1 Hz = 1 full cycle / second) in its 2nd harmonic. What wold be the frequency of the fundamental vibrational mode? 2. Describe how you would go about finding the frequency of an unmarked tuning fork using the ...

**Physics**

A string of length L vibrates with a fundamental frequency f when under a tension of 100 N. What is the fundamental frequency of the string when its tension is increased to 2500 N?

**Science**

A 1.0 m length of string has fixed attachments at both ends. The wave speed on the string is 400 m/s and the frequency is 800 Hz. What is the fundamental frequency of the string?

**physics**

A stretched wire vibrates in its fundamental mode at a frequency of 420 Hz. What would be the fundamental frequency if the wire were one fourth as long, its diameter were quadrupled, and its tension were increased two-fold?

**physics**

Where F is the tension in the string and µ is the linear density (mass per length) of the string. A violin string vibrates at the fundamental frequency of 512 Hz under the tension of 480 N. What should be the tension in the string to achieve a fundamental frequency of 460 Hz...

**Physics**

A 1.6-m-long string fixed at both ends vibrates at resonant frequencies of 792 Hz and 990 Hz, with no other resonant frequency between these values. (a) What is the fundamental frequency of this string? (b) When the tension in the string is 1165 N, what is the total mass of ...

**physics**

A 1.6-m-long string fixed at both ends vibrates at resonant frequencies of 792 Hz and 990 Hz, with no other resonant frequency between these values. (a) What is the fundamental frequency of this string? (b) When the tension in the string is 1165 N, what is the total mass of ...

**physics**

a certain string vibrates in its fundamental frequency at 250 Hz. If the string is 15 cm long, what is the velocity of the wave in the string? What is the wavelength of the second harmonic frequency (the second wave which will fit into this length of string)?

**physical**

You are playing a note that has a fundamental frequency of 440.00 Hz on a guitar string of length 59.1 cm. At the same time, your friend plays a fundamental note on an open organ pipe, and 4.0 beats per seconds are heard. The mass per unit length of the string is 1.93 g/m. ...

**Physics HELP!!!!!!!!**

A string is attached to a wall and vibrates back and forth, as in Figure 17.18. The vibration frequency and length of the string are fixed. The tension in the string is changed, and it is observed that at certain values of the tension a standing wave pattern develops. Account ...

**Physics**

The A string of a violin is 31 cm long between fixed points with a fundamental frequency of 440 Hz and a mass per unit length of 5.8×10^−4 kg/m. What are the wave speed in the string? What are the tension in the string? What is the length of the tube of a simple wind ...

**Science**

A constrained string with a length of 8.5 meters is vibrating at its fundamental frequency of 113.1 Hz. What is the frequency of the 7th harmonic on this string?

**phys-frequency**

If one doubles the tension in a violin string, the fundamental frequency of that string will increase by a factor of: 2 4 1.4 1.7 ?_?

**Physics**

The guitar is a musical instrument of the chordophone family, being a stringed instrument played by plucking. The tone of an acoustic guitar is produced by the vibration of the strings. Guitar spring (made out of steel) has length L = 0.6 m. The elastic limit for the tension (...

**Physics**

Suppose you have a string that is being made to vibrate at a specific frequency, f. The speed of waves on the string is v. The length of the string that is vibrating, L, is adjustable. When the length of the string has been adjusted so that the fundamental standing wave ...

**physics**

A typical steel B-string in a guitar resonates at its fundamental frequency at 240 Hertz. The length of the string is 0.620 m. What is the wave velocity along the string? Find your answer in m/s, but do not enter units. IS THE ANSWER 148.8m/s? (Frequency)(Wavelength)= Velocity...

**physics**

If the string on a violin is 25.4cm long and produces a fundamental tone of frequency of 440Hz, by how much must it be shortened to produce a fundamental tone of frequency of 523.3Hz. is there a specific formula to follow? like, how do you know what to do?

**physical**

You are playing a note that has a fundamental frequency of 466.16 Hz on a guitar string of length 59.9 cm. At the same time, your friend plays a fundamental note on an open organ pipe, and 4.0 beats per seconds are heard. The mass per unit length of the string is 1.85 g/m. ...

**Physics**

A stretched string fixed at each end has a mass of 41.0 g and a length of 8.80 m. The tension in the string is 41.0 N. Nodes Antinodes b.What is the vibration frequency for this harmonic?

**physics**

A stretched string fixed at each end has a mass of 21 g and a length of 5.7 m. The tension in the string is 41.1 N. What is the vibration frequency for the third harmonic? Answer in Hz.

**physics**

A stretched string fixed at each end has a mass of 17 g and a length of 10.5 m. The tension in the string is 44.5 N. What is the vibration frequency for the third harmonic? Answer in Hz.

**physic**

A stretched string fixed at each end has a mass of 39.3 g and a length of 9.3 m. The tension in the string is 47.7 N. Given wavelength as 5.4 m, what is the vibration frequency for this harmonic?

**physics**

When a player's finger presses a guitar string down onto a fret, the length of the vibrating portion of the string is shortened, thereby increasing the string's fundamental frequency. The string's tension and mass per unit length remain unchanged. If the unfingered length of ...

**Physics you probably understand**

A typical steel B-string in a guitar resonates at its fundamental frequency at 240 Hertz. The length of the string is 0.640 m. What is the wave velocity along the string?

**Physics 1**

a 12.5 m long string vibrates as 100 hertz standing wave with nodes at 1.0m and 1.5m from one end of the string and at no points in between the two. Which harmonic is this? What is the string's fundamental frequency?

**physics**

A typical steel B-string in a guitar resonates at its fundamental frequency at 240 Hertz. The length of the string is 0.620 m. What is the wave velocity along the string? Find your answer in m/s. What is the formula to solve?

**Physics**

A tube with a length L is closed at both ends and is filled with air. The wavelength of the fundamental mode of this tube is given by L*c, where c is a dimensionless constant. What is this constant, c, numerically? Also, the frequency of the first overture is how many times ...

**Physics**

The length of a string is 344 cm. The string is held fixed at each end. The string vibrates in two sections; i.e., the string has two antin- odes, and the string vibrates at 130 Hz. Find the wavelength answer in m What is the fundamental frequency? Answer in units of Hz.

**PHYSICS PLEASE HELP**

This question has two parts: First: A typical steel B-string in a guitar resonates at its fundamental frequency at 240 Hertz. The length of the string is 0.640 m. What is the wave velocity along the string?. Second: Find the wavelength of the third harmonic of the guitar string

**Physics**

What is the fundamental frequency for a 62 cm banjo string if the speed of waves on the string is 470 m/s?

**Physics**

What is the fundamental frequency for a 58 cm banjo string if the speed of waves on the string is 450 m/s?

**physics**

What is the fundamental frequency for a 60 cm banjo string if the speed of waves on the string is 480 m/s?

**Physics**

1. A fisherman's scale stretches 3.6 cm when a 2.5-kg fish hangs from it. What will be the frequency of oscillation if the fish is pulled down 2.7 cm more and released so that it oscillates up and down? 2. Two trains emit 518 Hz whistles. One train is stationary. The conductor...

**Physics**

If the seventh and fourth standing wave frequencies of a string differ by 144 Hz, what is the fundamental frequency of the string?

**Physics**

If the seventh and fourth standing wave frequencies of a string differ by 144 Hz, what is the fundamental frequency of the string?

**College Physics**

In the first overtone, an organ pipe that is open at one end and closed at the other end produces the note concert A, of 440 Hz. (a) find the frequency and wavelength of the fundamental mode. (b) What will the fundamental frequency be if (i) the open end is now closed; (ii) ...

**Physics**

Tuning a Cello. A cellist tunes the C-string of her instrument to a fundamental frequency of 65.4 Hz. The vibrating portion of the string is 0.625m long and has a mass of 15.0 G. Tension: 160 N What percent increase in tension is needed to increase the frequency from 65.4 Hz ...

**physics**

The length of the B string on a certain guitar is 60.0 cm. It vibrates at a fundamental frequency of 246.0 Hz. What is the speed of the transverse waves on the string?

**Physics**

A 123-cm-long, 5.00 g string oscillates in its n = 2 mode with a frequency of 200 Hz and a maximum amplitude of 4.50 mm. What is the tension in the string?

**physics**

A 121 cm-long, 3 g string oscillates in its m = 3 mode with a frequency of 154 Hz and a maximum amplitude of 5.0 mm. What are the wavelength and the tension in the string?

**Physics**

The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 325 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string?

**AP Physics**

The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 388 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string?

**AP Physics B**

The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 388 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string?

**physics**

The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 384 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string?

**Physics**

The length of a string is 344 cm. The string is held fixed at each end. The string vibrates in two sections; i.e., the string has two antin- odes, and the string vibrates at 130 Hz. Find the wavelength. Answer in units of m. What is the fundamental frequency? Answer in units ...

**Physics**

The portion of string between the bridge and upper end of the fingerboard (the part of the string that is free to vibrate) of a certain musical instrument is 60.0 cm long [.6m] and has a mass of 2.23 g [.00223kg]. The string sounds an A4 note (440 Hz) when played. Where must ...

**Physics Please check my answers**

1. Complete reflection is the special case of refraction at an angle of 180. True. False. 2. A resonant frequency is the same as a natural frequency. True. False. 3. For a standing wave, the number of segments is an integer equal to the number of half-wavelengths. True. False...

**Physics Problem**

The portion of string between the bridge and upper end of the fingerboard (the part of the string that is free to vibrate) of a certain musical instrument is 60.0 cm long [.6m] and has a mass of 2.23 g [.00223kg]. The string sounds an A4 note (440 Hz) when played. Where must ...

**physics**

The string on a violin has a fundamental frequency of 120.0 Hz. The length of the vibrating portion is 36 cm and has a mass of 0.58 g. Under what tension (in newtons) must the string be placed?

**physics**

A guitar string is 92 cm long and has a mass of 3.7 g. The length L from the bridge to the support post is 65 cm, and the string is under a tension of 570 N. What is the frequency of the fundamental tone thanks!

**physics**

A guitar string is 97 cm long and has a mass of 3.6 g. The length L from the bridge to the support post is 61 cm, and the string is under a tension of 570 N. What is the frequency of the fundamental tone?

**physic**

The string on a violin has a fundamental frequency of 150.0 Hz. The length of the vibrating portion is 36 cm and has a mass of 0.51 g. Under what tension (in newtons) must the string be placed?

**College Physics**

A steel piano string for the note middle C is about 0.68 m long and is under a tension of 400 N. If the fundamental frequency is 226 Hz, what is the string’s diameter?

**Physics(Please help)**

The two strings have the same tension and mass per unit length, but they differ in length by 0.54 cm. The waves on the shorter string propagate with a speed of 41.7 m/s, and the fundamental frequency of the shorter string is 227 Hz. Determine the beat frequency produced by the...

**Physics**

A string is attached to a wall and vibrates back and forth, as in Figure 17.18. The vibration frequency and length of the string are fixed. The tension in the string is changed, and it is observed that at certain values of the tension a standing wave pattern develops. Account ...

**Physics HW ...HELP!!**

Two identical guitar strings are stretched with the same tension between supports that are not the same distance apart. The fundamental frequency of the higher-pitched string is 400Hz, and the speed of transverse waves in both wires is 200 m/s. How much longer is the lower-...

**Physics**

Tension is maintained in a string by attaching one end to a wall and by hanging a 2.34 kg object from the other end of the string after it passes over a pulley that is 2.00 m from the wall. The string has a mass per unit length of 3.45 mg/m. What is the fundamental frequency ...

**physics**

Tension is maintained in a string by attaching one end to a wall and by hanging a 2.34 kg object from the other end of the string after it passes over a pulley that is 2.00 m from the wall. The string has a mass per unit length of 3.45 mg/m. What is the fundamental frequency ...

**Physics**

Suppose you pluck a string on a guitar and it produces the note A at a frequency of 440 Hz. Now, you press your finger down on the string against one of the frets, making this point the new end of the string. The newly shortened string has 4/5 the length of the full string. ...

**Physics please help me**

Two identical guitar strings are stretched with the same tension between supports that are not the same distance apart. The fundamental frequency of the higher-pitched string is 400Hz, and the speed of transverse waves in both wires is 200 m/s. How much longer is the lower-...

**Physics**

SEQUENCE of questions: 1)A typical steel B-string in a guitar resonates at its fundamental frequency at 240 Hertz. The length of the string is 0.620 m. What is the wave velocity along the string? Find your answer in m/s MY ANSWER 148.8m/s? 2)The tension in the above string is ...

**physics**

The tension in a 2.8-m-long, 1.2-cm-diameter steel cable (ρ = 7800 kg/m3) is 825 N. What is the fundamental frequency of vibration of the cable?

**physics..please help me due in a couple of mins.!!**

Two identical guitar strings are stretched with the same tension between supports that are not the same distance apart. The fundamental frequency of the higher-pitched string is 400Hz, and the speed of transverse waves in both wires is 200 m/s. How much longer is the lower-...

**physics**

The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 375 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string? Please check my answer Solution: f=v/2L v=2Lf t=1/2f=l/v 1/2(375hz)= .0013 sec

**PHYSICS**

an open tube is .86m long. Find the fundamental frequency and frequency of the next harmonic if the Temp=10deg celcius also if you closed one end of the tube what would the new fundamental frequency be?

**physics**

A sphere of mass M is supported by a string that passes over a pulley at the end of a horizontal rod of length L. The string makes an angle è with the rod. The fundamental frequency of the standing waves in the portion of the string above the rod is f. Find the mass of the ...

**Physics**

A violin has an open string length (bridge to nut) of L=32.7 cm. At what distance x from the bridge does a violinist have to place his finger on the fingerboard to play a C (523.3 Hz) on the A string (fundamental frequency 440 Hz)?

**physics**

A steel tube, which is closed at both ends, is filled with air. The air in the tube is vibrating at a frequency of 200·Hz. Use 340·m/s for the speed of sound in air. (a) What is the wavelength of the sound waves in the tube? _____ m. (b) If the 200·Hz vibration respresents ...

**Physicz**

A violin string is 33cm long. The thinnest string on the violin is tuned to vibrate at a frequency of 659Hz. (a) What is the wave velocity in the string? (b) If you place your finger on the string so that its length is shortened to 28cm, what is the frequency of the note that ...

**College Physics**

A steel piano string for the note middle C is about 0.68 m long and is under a tension of 400 N. If the fundamental frequency is 226 Hz, what is the string’s diameter? I have tried it several times and continue to get an incorrect answer.