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let the fundamental frequency is 45 hz and the lengh of the wire is 87.5cm.if linear density of the wire is 0.04kg/m.find the tension in the string?

let the fundamental frequency is 45 hz and the lengh of the wire is 87.5cm.if linear density of the wire is 0.04kg/m.find the tension in the string?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Phanindra
226 Points
3 years ago
n = 1/2l (T/μ)^1/2 .    
   Here n = frequency
l = length of the wire ( convert it into meters..)
μ = linear mass density 
T = tension...
Here....T/μ is under root...
Substitute the values to get the answer....
You will definite get the answer...

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