When a guitar string is struck, a standing wave is produced that causes the sounding board to oscillate with a large sustained amplitude, pushing back and forth against the surrounding air to generate sound. How does the frequency of the resulting sound compare with the frequency of the standing wave in the string?
2.1 Introduction I. Variables a. Two types i. Categorical: non numerically valued (qualitative) 1. EX: eye color, blood type, birth place 2. Ordinal: ranked categorical variable a. EX: grades (A, B, C,…) ii. Numeric: quantitative 1. Discrete: possible values can be listed a. EX: number of siblings, ACT score 2. Continuous: is it possible to form decimal a. EX: temperature – 15.11F, height b. “Observational units”: measuring sample c. “subjects” II. Nota