There are three laws of transverse vibrations of stretched strings which are given as follows:

Laws of transverse vibrations in stretched strings

There are three laws of transverse vibrations of stretched strings which are given as follows:

For a given wire with tension *T* (which is fixed) and mass per unit length *μ* (fixed) the frequency varies inversely with the vibrating length. Therefore,

⇒*l*×*f* = C, where C is a constant

For a given vibrating length *l* (fixed) and mass per unit length *μ* (fixed) the frequency varies directly with the square root of the tension *T,*

For a given vibrating length *l* (fixed) and tension *T* (fixed) the frequency varies inversely with the square root of the mass per unit length *μ,*

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