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posted by Mel .
Find an expression in terms of M, mu, and theta for the speed of waves on the string.Express your answer in terms of the variables M, mu, theta, and appropriate constants.
The picture shown is just of a block with mass m on an inclined frictionless surface at angle theta. the block is attached to a string with density mu.

v=sqrt((Mgsin(theta))/mu)
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