# PHYSICS

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The string is 1.00 m long with tension 6.00 N. The total mass of the string is 0.012 kg. Find the wavelength of this standing wave in meters.

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rite like no one is on and they don't help us they help the ppl after us n leave us hangin uhhh we need help tooo

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You guys need to understand that not all tutors are online all the time. For example, the tutors who specialize in physics are not online right now. You either to have patience ... and NEVER post anything at the last minute.

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My post is not last minute and I do would know that teachers are not online all the time.

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