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The frequency (number of vibrations per second) o...

The frequency (number of vibrations per second) of a vibrating guitar string varies in- versely as its length. That is, a longer string vibrates fewer times in a second than a shorter string. Suppose a guitar string \(0.65 m\) long vibrates \(4.3\) times per sec. What frequency would a string \(0.5 m\) long have?

Answer

\(5.59 \text { vibrations per sec }\)

Solution
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