Problems 8, 9, & 10 refer to the 60 cm string, driven by a variable motor, portrayed in the figure on the right. When the motor drives the system at 45 Hz, the string creates the boel standing wave pattern shown. 60 cm 8. What is the wave speed for this medium? А. 60 m/s B. 48 m/s C. 30 m/s D. 18 m/s 8. 9. At what frequency should the motor be set to create a standing wave pattern with 5 anti-nodes (5 footballs)? А. 5 Hz В. 15 Hz С. 75 Hz D. 90 Hz 9. 10. By what factor should the tension in the string be increased in order to see only one football on the string (when driven at the same 45 Hz)? А. 3 В. 9 С. 1/3 D. 1/9 10.

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Problems 8, 9, & 10 refer to the 60 cm string, driven by a
variable motor, portrayed in the figure on the right. When
the motor drives the system at 45 Hz, the string creates the
boel
standing wave pattern shown.
60 cm
8. What is the wave speed for this medium?
А. 60 m/s B. 48 m/s
C. 30 m/s D. 18 m/s
8.
9. At what frequency should the motor be set to create a standing wave pattern with 5 anti-nodes (5
footballs)?
А. 5 Hz
В. 15 Hz
С. 75 Hz
D. 90 Hz
9.
10. By what factor should the tension in the string be increased in order to see only one football on the
string (when driven at the same 45 Hz)?
А. 3
В. 9
С. 1/3 D. 1/9
10.
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Problems 8, 9, & 10 refer to the 60 cm string, driven by a variable motor, portrayed in the figure on the right. When the motor drives the system at 45 Hz, the string creates the boel standing wave pattern shown. 60 cm 8. What is the wave speed for this medium? А. 60 m/s B. 48 m/s C. 30 m/s D. 18 m/s 8. 9. At what frequency should the motor be set to create a standing wave pattern with 5 anti-nodes (5 footballs)? А. 5 Hz В. 15 Hz С. 75 Hz D. 90 Hz 9. 10. By what factor should the tension in the string be increased in order to see only one football on the string (when driven at the same 45 Hz)? А. 3 В. 9 С. 1/3 D. 1/9 10.