2Q1516 E303.xlsx

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Table 1. Determining the frequency of vibration (constant linear mass density Diameter of wire = 0.22 in TRIAL Number of segment , n 1 73,500 dynes 5 2 83,300 dynes 5 3 93,000 dynes 5 4 102,900 dynes 5 5 112,700 dynes 5 Table 2. Determining the frequency of vibration (variable linear mass den TRIAL Diameter of wire 1 0.010 in 0.0039 2 0.014 in 0.0078 3 0.017 in 0.0112 4 0.020 in 0.015 5 0.022 in 0.0184 tension, T (mass added + mass of pan) x 980 cm/s^2 Linear mass density, μ
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y) Linear mass density of wire = 0.0184 g/cm 57.5 cm 86.90 60.5 cm 87.92 62.5 cm 89.93 65.5 cm 90.26 68.0 cm 90.99 Average frequency of Vibration 89.20 Actual value of frequency of Vibration
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  • Spring '14
  • Fundamental physics concepts, linear mass density

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