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By touching a string lightly at its center while bowing, a

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Problem 22DQ

By touching a string lightly at its center while bowing, a violinist can produce a note exactly one octave above the note to which the string is tuned—that is, a note with exactly twice the frequency. Why is this possible?

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Solution 22DQ Introduction We have to discuss how by touching at the middle of the string, the violinist produce sound that has frequency double to the initial frequency. Step 1 If you touch at the middle of the string, the effective length of the string becomes half of the initial length. Now since the wavelength of...

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