1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particular violin string plays at a fundamental frequency of 294Hz. If the tension is increased 15%, what will be the new fundamental frequency? 2. Relevant equations f=v/2L v=sqrt(T/(m/L)) 3. The attempt at a solution 294 = sqrt(T/(m/L))/2L so T=(294*2L)^2/(m/L) T2 = T1*1.15 T2 = 1.15 * (((588L)^2)/(m/L)) I could go on and plug this into f2 = sqrt(T2/(m/L)) but it's a lot of typing and it didn't get me anywhere. I'm not sure if I'm maybe making this problem more difficult than it has to be but I'm at a loss as to what to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated. ***second attempt at this problem u=m/L v = sqrt(1.15T/u) sqrt(T/u)=v/sqrt(1.15) f= v/(sqrt(1.15)*2L) 294*sqrt(1.15) = 315.28Hz No idea if this is right, but it's all I could come up with.