1101_EXP_12_HW - Assume f = 120 Hz. 4. When standing waves...

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Physics 1101 Experiment 12 Homework NAME________________________________________________ 1. What is an antinode? What is a node? 2. A cord 15.0-m long has a mass of 3.00 grams. What is its linear mass density in kilograms/meter? 3. For the cord in problem 2, if the tension were provided by a 2.5-kg mass, how long would the cord be to vibrate with one antinode?
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Unformatted text preview: Assume f = 120 Hz. 4. When standing waves are produced in this experiment, does reducing the tension produce a larger or smaller number of antinodes along the string? Explain. NOTE: You should answer question 3 in Experiment 12 in the laboratory manual before you come to the laboratory....
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