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I take a violin and make an exact copy of it, except that it is bigger. The strings are identical except for the length; they have the same material and the same tension. If the new violin is 2.30 times the size of the original, at what frequency would the string that was previously the A4 string (that is 440 Hz on a regular violin) oscillate? Use units of "Hz."

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    First of all "an exact copy" is just that = neither larger nor smaller.

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