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how the frequency of the sound produced will change in the case of aluminium sting of length 15cm when the string is tied between two ends

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  1. http://faculty.trinityvalleyschool.org/hoseltom/labs/Lab-23-%28The%20Law%20of%20Strings%29.pdf

    Notice how in the denominator the mass per unit length affects frequency.

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