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Unformatted text preview: 4. The tension in the string affected the waves velocity, but not its amplitude. The velocity was faster when the tension increased, and the velocity was the slower when the tension was decreased. 5. The frequency was increased to sending more than one wave at a time, and it did not appear to effect the wave speed in any way. 6. Amplitude did not affect the wave speed when it was changed. The time for both cam out roughly the same number....
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- Fall '10