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A string that is under 50N of tension has a linear density of 5.0 g/m. A sinusoidal wave with amplitude 3.0cm and wavelength 2.0 m travels along the wave. What is the maximum velocity of a particle on the string?

Answer #1

Here,

The tension is,

T= 50 N

Then,

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