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# Lab 7 - Rachel Riddle PHY 101 Lab#7 Procedure 1 Strings o...

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Rachel Riddle PHY 101 Lab #7 Procedure 1: Strings o Equipment The wave machine (not sure of technical name) Calculator Pencil o Procedure 1 A: See calculations on sheet.  The values are close.    o Procedure 1 B: Mode Wave Frequency (Hz) Wavelength (m) Velocity (m/s) 1 See sheet 10.9 Hz 5.9 m 64.31 m/s 2 See sheet 21.6 Hz 2.94 m 63.5 m/s 3 See sheet 33.2 Hz 1.96 m 65.1 m/s 4 See sheet 41 Hz 1.47 m 60.3 m/s 5 See sheet 53.9 Hz 1.2 m 64.7 m/s 7 See sheet 74.9 Hz .84 m  63 m/s o Procedure 1 C:           The pattern is the greater the mass the greater the fundamental frequency needed to create a  wavelength.   o The results of the experiment were that we discovered a positive correlation between mass
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