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A stretched wire of 80cm vibrates with fundamental frequency of 256Hz.If length of wire is reduced to 15cm, the fundamental frequency now will be?

  1. bobpursley

    freq= k/length
    freq*length=k
    256*80cm=f*15dm
    f=256*80/15 hz

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