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Two tuning forks that have the same amplitude but slightly different frequencies are stuck at the same time to produce a complex wave. What is this called? If the period of the complex wave that they produce is 0.25s and the period of one of the tuning fork is 0.04s. What is one possible frequency of the other tuning fork? When the sinusoidal waves from the tuning fork are opposite phases, what happens at those points to the complex wave they produce?

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You have three tuning forks, A, B, and C. Fork B has a frequency
of 421 Hz; when A and B are sounded together, a beat frequency of 1
Hz is heard. When B and C are sounded together, the beat frequency
is 8 Hz. What are the possible frequencies of A?
lower frequency
Hz
upper frequency
Hz
What are the possible frequencies of fork C?
lower frequency
Hz
upper frequency
Hz
What beat frequencies are possible when A and...

You have three tuning forks, A, B, and C. Fork B has a frequency
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What are the possible frequencies of A? lower frequency Hz upper
frequency Hz
What are the possible frequencies of fork C? lower frequency Hz
upper frequency Hz
What beat frequencies are possible when A and...

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