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For a transverse wave on a string is the wave speed the same as the speed of any particle of the string? A. Yes, the wave speed is the same as the speed of the particles B. No, the wave speed is different from the speed of the particles
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The four strings on a violin have different thicknesses but all are under approximately the same tension. Do waves travel faster on the thick or the thin strings? A. Waves travel faster on the thick strings B. Waves travel faster on the thin strings C. Waves have the same speed on all strings
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If you stretch a rubber band and pluck it, you hear a (somewhat) musical tone. How does the frequency of this tone change as you stretch the rubber band further?
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