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Here is my question (2 parts)

a) Draw the standing wave that occurs if the string

tension is quadrupled while the frequency is held

constant.

im not sure how these are related, any equation?

b) Suppose the tension is doubled while the

frequency shaking the string is held constant. Will there be a standing wave? If so how many antinodes will it have?

I know an antinode is an area of maximum amplitude, but not sure if there will be a standing wave, how do i determine this.

thanks.

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# Homework Help: Standing wave drawing

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