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Unformatted text preview: waves. 6. So the 1 st experiment again but with a short distance from the motor to the pulley. 7. Now do the same experiment as before except the masses pulling on the pulley is lessened. 8. Calculate the frequency using the times that were recorded. Results: Questions: 1. The longer the rubber band is, the more power is needed to make the waves. Conclusion: At a longer L, the power supplier had to work much harder to get the rubber to band to wave. The amplitudes of the long rubber band waves are greater because there is more room to move. The frequency of the waves is greater when there are more nodes....
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- Spring '03
- Physics, Wavelength, power supply, Standing wave, Gordon Chen