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One of the 79.0 -long strings of an ordinary guitar is tuned to produce the note (frequency 245 ) when vibrating in its fundamental mode.

Part A- If the tension in this string is increased by 3.2 , what will be the new fundamental frequency of the string?
F= ? Hz
i understood the other parts of the question except the part A please help thanks

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