How to vary mass per unit length of a string

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G.Y
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In the required practical of investigating variation of frequency of stationary waves with length, tension and mass per unit length how do you vary mass per unit length?

In the practical handbook it says something about the thickness but mass per unit length has nothing to do with thickness?

Or is it that if you use a thicker string with the same length the mass will increase so mass per unit length will increase?
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(Original post by G.Y)
...Or is it that if you use a thicker string with the same length the mass will increase so mass per unit length will increase?
You have just answered your own question. Well done.
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