Answer to Question #2284 in Mechanics | Relativity for niti D

Question #2284
You have two strings of different linear densities tied together and stretched end-to-end between a pair of supports. What happens to the speed of a wave that passes from the more dense string to the less dense one? does the speed increase, decrease, or no change(not change at all)?
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Expert's answer
2011-04-07T07:13:57-0400
As the speed of the wave depends on the linear density as v ~ 1/√(linear density), it will increase passing from the more dense string to the less dense one.

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