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## Homework Statement

Hello guys I am having problems with wave and frequency problems. I know the equation use to find frequency are ∫=λ/v and

∫=1/2L([itex]\sqrt{FT/μ}[/itex])

So my question is: if the length and μ are kept the same will FT be directly proportional? Will frequency increase as the tension increase?

*v=[itex]\sqrt{FT}[/itex]

I have the same question about velocity when the μ is kept constant.

## Homework Equations

v=[itex]\sqrt{FT}[/itex]

∫=1/2L([itex]\sqrt{FT/μ}[/itex])

## The Attempt at a Solution

I said when the velocity increases as the tension increases. I know that numbers in the numerator are directly proportional to what you are trying to find but the square root is throwing me off.