The middle C hammer of a piano hits two strings, producing beats of frequency 1.50 Hz. One of the strings is tuned to 260.00 Hz. What frequencies could the other string have?
A piano hammer hits three strings that emit frequencies of 127.8, 128.1, and 128.3 Hz.
What beat frequency is produced by the 128.3 Hz and 128.1 Hz notes?
What beat frequency is produced by the 127.8 Hz and 128.3 Hz notes?
What beat frequency is produced by the 128.1 Hz and 127.8 Hz notes?
Two identical strings, of identical lengths of 2.00 m and linear mass density , are fixed on both ends. String is under a tension of 120.00 N. String is under a tension of 130.00 N. They are each plucked and produce sound at the mode. What is the beat frequency?
A string of linear mass density and length , is fixed at both ends and is under a tension of 155.00 N. It oscillates in the mode and produces sound. A tuning fork is ringing nearby, producing a beat frequency of 23.76 Hz.
What is the frequency of the sound from the string?
What is the frequency of the tuning fork if the tuning fork frequency is lower?
What should be the tension of the string for the beat frequency to be zero?