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A string on a violin is tuned to vibrate at a fundamental frequency of 65.0 Hz. If the tension in the string were increased by a factor of three, what would be the new fundamental frequency?

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asked by Orla
  1. f proportional to sqrt( tension)

    so it goes up by 1.73x

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