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A violin string vibrates at 440 Hz when unfingered. At what frequency will it vibrate if it is fingered one fourth of the way down from the end?

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the string will be 3/4 as long, so it will vibrate with 4/3 the open frequency.

440 * 4/3 = 587 Hz

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