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  1. miah
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    \[T=2\pi \sqrt{1/32}\]

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  2. Directrix
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    What are the instructions?

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  3. miah
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    I have to replace T with these numbers 8 sec 6 sec 5 sec 6 sec 7 sec

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    without the "sec"

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    @Directrix

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    Are we supposed to get an exact answer or an aproximation?

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  7. miah
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    It doesnt matter

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    If that is the case, then to what number does [2*π*√(1/32)] approximate? For each of the four problems, you can set that approximation equal to each of the 4 given values of T.

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    What did you get? I have my approximation ready to reveal. In exact terms that product is the following: pi/[2√2]. But, we're doing approximations.

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    Crank this out in your calculator: [2*π*√(1/32)]

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    im so lost;/

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    In the following equation l stands for the length of the string in feet. Convert your 5 string lengths into feet by dividing by 12 (12 inches = 1 foot). Then, substitute each of these values into the given equation and solve for T (time for one period). Use 3.14 for π. Record these new measurements in the chart below. the number one above 32 is an "I"

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    @Directrix

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    I know you can approximate this: [2*π*√(1/32)] 2* 3.14159 * .17678 = ? @miah Multiply those numbers. You can use the calculator on your neck.

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    If all else fails, go to Google.com and enter "2* 3.14159 * .17678=" in the search box.

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    but its an "L" not a 1

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    So, why are you just now saying that?

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  18. miah
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    I said it in the the message up there

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