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One of the harmonics on a string 1.4 meters long has a frequency of 18.4 Hz. The next higher harmonic frequency is 23.9 Hz.

(a) What is the fundamental frequency of the string?

f1 = Hz *

5.5 OK

(b) What is the speed of the waves on the string?

v = m/sec

the URL:https://wug-s.physics.uiuc.edu/cgi/cc/shell/DuPage/Phys1201/spring/tma.pl?Ch-14-Waves/wt_fundamental#pr

I found the frequency, but I am just a little confused on how to find the speed. i know i have to use the equation: v=hf. but I am just confused on how to find wavelength... wavelength is the distance it takes to complete a full cycle correct? i don't know where I am going wrong in my calculations

(a) What is the fundamental frequency of the string?

f1 = Hz *

5.5 OK

(b) What is the speed of the waves on the string?

v = m/sec

the URL:https://wug-s.physics.uiuc.edu/cgi/cc/shell/DuPage/Phys1201/spring/tma.pl?Ch-14-Waves/wt_fundamental#pr

I found the frequency, but I am just a little confused on how to find the speed. i know i have to use the equation: v=hf. but I am just confused on how to find wavelength... wavelength is the distance it takes to complete a full cycle correct? i don't know where I am going wrong in my calculations

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