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1R Consider three notes: A, 220 Hz; B, 440 Hz; and C, 660

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Problem 1R

?1R Consider three notes: A, 220 Hz; B, 440 Hz; and C, 660 Hz. Rank them from highest to lowest for a. pitch. b. frequency. c. wavelength.

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Solution 1R Step 1: Pitch is nothing but the ear’s perception to a particular frequency. In this problem if we rank the pitch from highest to lowest, the higher frequency wave will have higher pitch. So, it will be, C (660 Hz) > B (440 Hz) > A (220 Hz). Step 2: Frequency is the number of wave cycles generated per second. In this problem, the ranking will be, C (660 Hz) > B (440 Hz) > A (220 Hz)

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Textbook: Conceptual Physics
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Author: Paul G. Hewitt
ISBN: 9780321909107

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