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Unformatted text preview: Probleml EXAW 1 Sﬂywinf) 2007—7. A stringed instrument is constructed by stretching a wire between two attachment Points (A and B) that are ﬁxed on walls (see ﬁgure). The walls are 3.50 m apart and the wire is stretched to a‘fension of 145.0 N. The speed of waves in the wire is 250 m/s. Calculate the following: (a) The linear mass density of the wire. (2 points) (b) The longest three wavelengths l1, l2, and R3 of waves produced by this instrument. Sketch the
modes (the spatial pattern that the vibrating string makes) that correspond to these three wavelengths.
(6 points) (c) The lowest three frequencies f1, f2, and f3 produeed by the instrument. (6 points) (d) The wavenumber k; and angular frequency 031 for the longest wavelength mode produced by the instrument. (4 points) In a completely separate situation, two waves (represented by functions W1 and W2) with the same wavelength are traveling in the same direction along a string. The ﬁJnctions representing the waves are: Wl (x,t) : (2.8 cm)cos(3.7x—4,5:) W2 (x,t) : (5.3 cm)cos[3.7x—4.5t+%] The arguments of the cosine functions are in radians.
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surface at Pt. B? (4 points) (e) What is the angle BET with respect to the normal of the right surface of the transmitted beam after it passes through Pt. B? (4 points» (i) If the angle of incidence at Pt. A is increased slightly (incident ray comes in steeper) from the value
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PHY 207 taught by Professor Berim during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.
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