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A 2.00 m long string has a mass of (A+1.50) g. A (B+25.0) g mass is attached to the string and hung over a pulley (see illustration from one of the team problems). The end of the string is then vibrated at a frequency of (125+C) Hz. Find the wavelength for the wave generated. Give your answer in centimeters (cm) and with 3 significant figures. A=22 B=958 C=8

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A 2.00 m long string has a mass of (A + 1.50) g. A (B + 25.0) g
mass is attached to the string and hung over a pulley (see
illustration from one of the team problems). The end of the string
is then vibrated at a frequency of (125 + C) Hz. Find the
wavelength for the wave generated. Give your answer in centimeters
(cm) and with 3 significant figures.
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