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# Explain how you can lower the pitch of a note on a guitar

## Problem 8E Chapter 21

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Problem 8E

Explain how you can lower the pitch of a note on a guitar by altering the string’s (a) length, (b) tension, or (c) thickness or mass.

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Solution 8E Pitch is measured by frequency and the the frequency of a transverse wave set up in a string is given by,f = 1 T …..(1), l is the string’s length, T is the tension of the string 2 m and...

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