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An object of mass m = 5.0 kg hangs from a cord around a light pulley. The
length of the cord between the generator and the pulley is L = 2x102 cm. a) When the generator is set to a frequency of 150Hz, a standing
wave with six loops is formed. What must be the mass per length of
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 Spring '07
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