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PH111L – Standing Waves Name ___________________________ Partners _________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ _____ Lab Work _____ Purpose: To observe a standing wave produced on a string fixed at both ends and to determine the wave’s speed and frequency. _____ Procedure: As described in the lab handout _____ Data: Include a neat, typed copy of your data tables _____ Calculations: Show your calculation of the linear mass density of the string μ.
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Unformatted text preview: _____ Results: Show your calculations for the wave speed and frequency for each standing wave. _____ Error Analysis: Calculate the percent error between the given frequency and the average of the calculated frequencies. _____ Questions: Answer the question at the end of the handout. _____ Conclusion: Write a brief conclusion that discusses the objectives of the lab and any relevant observations or conclusions you have made....
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