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Measuring Simple Harmonic Motion which pertains to measuring frequency by using the formula:

f=1/T or t=1/f F is for frequency and T is for time. We will be using the following formula.

Leesonma 03:49, 5 September 2007 (UTC) I don't know who southernma08 is because he/she didn't follow my guidance in picking a username. Are you saying you will be bringing in a device so that you can make measurements and use the equations? What does Harmonic Number mean? How will you know the speed of waves on a string? If you're dealing with strings, look up "Law of Strings". It sounds like what you're doing, but may be simpler, and it involves 1) the amount of tension (force) on the string as well as 2) the length of the string. You could use an old guitar string (nylon is better than steel I think) and we can hang weights from a simple fret board.

Uh. NO. until TODAY, it said...

Frequency= harmonic number*(speed of waves on the string)/(2) (length of vibrating string).

I was OK with THAT. You CANNOT change your project on the day it is due. I didn't get to look at what you turned it, but I sure hope that simple reciprocal equation wasn't it. That is something I normally cover and I would never have approved such a simple project.
Leesonma 23:59, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

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