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Number of beats heard in one second will be got by the difference between the parent frequencies. Hope you have given wrong data for parent frequencies. The first one has to be 220 Hz and the other is 226 Hz. Hence 6 beats will be heard in one second.

If you say 20 is the right one then difference will be 206. If 206 beats get produced in one second it will not be named as beat at all. Moreover our hearing could not recognize this as beating at all. So better correct the given data.

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Q: Two tuning forks are struck at the same time one tuning fork has a frequency of 20 Hz while the second tuning fork has a frequency of 226Hz how many beats will result?
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