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A Sonometer Wire Of Length 120 Cm Is Divided Into Three Segments Of Lengths In The Ratio Of 1: 2: 3. What Is The Ratio Of Their Fundamental Frequencies?

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Solution

Correct option is

6: 3: 2

The frequency of the fundament mode is given by

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