A steel wire 2m long whose mass is 3g is under tension of 500 N and is tied down at both ends. Calculate the frequency and wavelength for fundamental mode of vibration.
A cord of length 1.5 m is fixed at both ends. Its mass per unit length is 1.2 g/m and the tension is 12N.
A wire with a mass of 40 g is stretched so that its ends are tied down at points 80 cm apart. The wire vibrates in its fundamental mode with a frequency of 60 Hz. Calculate the speed of propagation of transverse waves in the wire and the tension in the wire.
On a day when the speed of sound is 345 m/s, the fundamental frequency of a closed organ pipe is 220 Hz. The second overtone of this pipe has the same wavelength as the third harmonic of an open pipe. How long is the open pipe?
A steel wire of length 20 cm and mass 5 gram is under the tension of 500N and is tied down at both ends. Calculate the frequency of the fundamental mode of vibration.
A wire whose mass is 10-3 kg/m is stretched by a load of 4kg over the two bridges of a sonometer wire 1 m apart. It is struck at its middle point. What would be the wavelength and frequency of its fundamental vibration?