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wesochick6

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I;m just not sure how density factors into any of this, I'm not sure i need help to solve the problem, just an equation which relates density to waves.

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wesochick6

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I;m just not sure how density factors into any of this, I'm not sure i need help to solve the problem, just an equation which relates density to waves.

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chaoseverlasting

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bizonek

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v=sqrt(F/d)

where: v-velocity of a wave, d-linerar density of the string and F is of course the tension of string.

heh... It's my firs post on this forum. :)

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chaoseverlasting

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Yeah, that's one of them. Now you need the one for wave number - velocity.

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bizonek

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2*pi*f=28,9

2*pi/l=2,20

where f-frequency of the wave, l-lenght of the wave, pi is 3,1415... (how can I write formulas, equations in a 'nice' way?)

then we need to use:

v=l*f

and we can calculate velocity of the wave.

Of course, we used the relevant units.

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