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y=(0.033 m)sin(2.50 m-1x +125.7 s-1 * t).

1.) What is the wave speed?

2.) What is the tension in the string???

I've already calculated the wave speed but I don't know how to do the tension in string!

HELP PLS!

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y=(0.033 m)sin(2.50 m-1x +125.7 s-1 * t).

1.) What is the wave speed?

2.) What is the tension in the string???

I've already calculated the wave speed but I don't know how to do the tension in string!

HELP PLS!

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y= Asin(kx-wt)

w = 125.7

k=2.5

v = 125.7/2.5 = 50.38 m/s (wave speed)

But i do not know how to calculate the tension!!! HELP PLEASEE!!

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y= Asin(kx-wt)

w = 125.7

k=2.5

v = 125.7/2.5 = 50.38 m/s (wave speed)

But i do not know how to calculate the tension!!! HELP PLEASEE!!

Check http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/waves/string.html#c2".

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