Question

Solve for the mass density of the string using the equation ? = sqrt T / µ.

*Use the experimental slope = (1/µ) = 1270.826 kg/m
to find the actual value of µ.*

If needed:

v = 26.4 m/s

T = 0.4905 (kg)(m/s^2)

**Please explain how you found µ by providing each
equation/step taking in order to solve for µ. Include algebra as
well and thank you!**

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