Assume you have a string 3 m long, with a diameter of 1.1 mm. You have a linear mass density, lambda, of 0.1 g/m. What is the mass of the string?

Assume you have a string 3 m long, with a diameter of 1.1 mm. You have a linear mass density, lambda, of 0.1 g/m. What is the mass of the string?

Linear Mass density Lambda = 0.1 g/mLength =3mDiameter=1.1 mmMass of the string= Liner mass density*length= 0.1*3= 0.3 grams.

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