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What is the speed of the transverse string waves?

v=sqrt (FL/m)

v= sqrt (37.5*1.5/25)

is this the right track?

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babykeys23

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What is the speed of the transverse string waves?

v=sqrt (FL/m)

v= sqrt (37.5*1.5/25)

is this the right track?

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[tex] v=\lambda f[/tex]

You know f already. All you need then, is the wavelength,[tex]

\lambda[/tex]. You know the wave is vibrating at a fundamental frequency. Does this tell you anything about the wavelength of that wave?

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