﻿ A wave of frequency 100 Hz is sent along a string towards a fixed end. When this wave travels back after reflection, a node is formed at a distance of 10 cm from the fixed end of the string. The speed of the incident (or reflected) wave is : Kaysons Education

# A Wave Of Frequency 100 Hz Is Sent Along A String Towards A Fixed End. When This Wave Travels Back After Reflection, A Node Is Formed At A Distance Of 10 Cm From The Fixed End Of The String. The Speed Of The Incident (or Reflected) Wave Is

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Correct option is

20 ms–1

The fixed end is a mode. So the distance between two consecutive nodes  . The speed of the waves is

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