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A 65 cm long guitar string produces a 396 Hz frequency “G” sound if we pluck it.

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How much is the wavelength of the standing wave formed on the string?

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How much is the propagation speed of the wave in the string?
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To what length should we shorten the length of the string by depressing it in order to get a 440 Hz “A” sound?
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