A tuning fork and a sonometer wire sounded together produce 4 beats per second when the length of the wire is 95 cm or 100 cm. the frequency of the turning fork is
The frequency of the wire when its vibrating length is L1 = 95 cm and when its vibrating length L2 = 100 cm are given by
Thus V1 > V2. If N is the frequency of the tuning then
Using (ii) in (i) we get V1 = 160 Hz and V2 = 152 Hz. Now V1 – N = 4 orN = V1 – 4 = 160 – 4 = 156 Hz.
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