A string with a linear mass density of 0.0060 kg/m is tied to the ceiling and a mass of 20 kg is tied to the free end of the string. The string is plucked, sending a pulse down the string. Find the speed of the pulse down the string.
A string is 3.00 m long with a mass of 5.00 g. The string is held taut with a tension of 500.00 N applied to the string. A pulse is sent down the string. How long does it take the pulse to travel the 3.00 m of the string? Give your answer in milliseconds.
Two strings, both with a tension of 600 N, are attached between two vertical poles separated by a horizontal distance of 2.00 m. String one has a linear mass density and string two has a linear mass density . Transverse wave pulses and are generated simultaneously at opposite ends of the strings, moving at speeds and respectively. How much time after the wave pulses are produced do both pulses’ leading edges intersect a line that is parallel to both poles?