1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data One string of a certain musical instrument is 79.0cm long and has a mass of 8.79g . It is being played in a room where the speed of sound is 344m/s . A)To what tension must you adjust the string so that, when vibrating in its second overtone, it produces sound of wavelength 3.39cm ? B)What frequency sound does this string produce in its fundamental mode of vibration? 2. Relevant equations v=sqroot(Tension/linear density), linear Density=m/L, v=(f)(lamda)=(omega)/k, k=2(pi)/(lamda) 3. The attempt at a solution I keep trying to get out a way to find T but always end up reducing an eqaution to something pointless such as f=f or (lamda)=(lamda). My real problem is a concept one...Is the v used in equations the speed of sound in the room (334m/s) and when finding linear density do I use .79m or .0339m as the length. Please respond..anything helps and thank you.