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Q: A piano tuner using a 264-Hz tuning fork hears 4 beats per second what are two possible frequencies of vibration of the piano wire?
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A piano tuner using a 263 Hz tuning fork hears 4 beats per second--what are two possible frequencies of vibration of the piano wire?

Could be 259 Hz.Could be 267 Hz.


What beat frequencies are possible with tuning forks of frequencies 256 259 and 261Hz?

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What happens to the prongs so that the tuning fork make sound?

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How much does a tuning fork vibrate a minute?

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