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My first thought is: Input power fixed by oscillator amplitude.
Power in wave for constant speed is proportional to n^2 y^2, therefore
at constant power the amplitude drops as 1/n.
On Monday, February 9, 2004, at 02:25 PM, Ludwik Kowalski wrote:
I think I found the answer shortly afterDr. Vern Lindberg
the send button was pressed. But is it
satisfactory (see below)?
For identical amplitudes the string would
have to be longer with 9 loops than with
one loop. For a rubber band (of low k) the
amplitudes would not be as different as
for a common string.