A guitar player plays a 440 Hz note, and then increases the effective length of that same guitar string by a factor of two and plays it again. What is the new frequency? 


By any chance do you know any physics ? 

Julius  Jan 20, 2018
edited by Julius  Jan 20, 2018

Halving the string length doubles the frequency and vice-versa....


So....doubling the string length halves the frequency....so....the new frequency is


220 Hz



cool cool cool

CPhill  Jan 20, 2018

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