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Posted by Helen on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 6:07pm.

You have a tuning fork of unknown frequency. When you ring it alongside a tuning fork with known frequency of 360 Hz, you hear beats at a frequency of 10 Hz. When you ring it alongside a tuning fork with known frequency of 347 Hz, you hear beats at a frequency of 3 Hz. What is the unknown frequency?

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