Problem: A string is stretched to a length ℓ and both ends are fixed. The density of the string is µ and its tension is F. A standing wave mode of the string with six nodes, including both end points (as pictured), is generated. What is the frequency of this oscillation?

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A string is stretched to a length and both ends are fixed. The density of the string is µ and its tension is F. A standing wave mode of the string with six nodes, including both end points (as pictured), is generated.

What is the frequency of this oscillation?

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