Question Solved1 Answer A length of piano wire (mass density 5.55×10−4kg/m) is under 185 N of tension. A sinusoidal wave of frequency 256 Hz carries a maximum power of 5.20 W along the wire. What is the amplitude of this wave?

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A length of piano wire (mass density 5.55×10−4kg/m) is under 185 N of tension. A sinusoidal wave of frequency 256 Hz carries a maximum power of 5.20 W along the wire. What is the amplitude of this wave?

Transcribed Image Text: A length of piano wire (mass density 5.55×10−4kg/m) is under 185 N of tension. A sinusoidal wave of frequency 256 Hz carries a maximum power of 5.20 W along the wire. What is the amplitude of this wave?
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Transcribed Image Text: A length of piano wire (mass density 5.55×10−4kg/m) is under 185 N of tension. A sinusoidal wave of frequency 256 Hz carries a maximum power of 5.20 W along the wire. What is the amplitude of this wave?
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power trammitted by wave on stringP=quad muomega^(2)A^(2)Vvelocity of wave on string{:[v=sqrt((T)/(M))],[v=sqrt((185 N)/(5.55 xx1 ... See the full answer