### Working with an Audio Mixer

A certain mixer is producing the following frequencies: 900 kHz, 700 kHz, 500 kHz, and 200 kHz. What are the two most likely input frequencies?

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A certain mixer is producing the following frequencies: 900 kHz, 700 kHz, 500 kHz, and 200 kHz. What are the two most likely input frequencies?

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I have come across this question in a mock exam paper and although I believe it is quite simple, I am having problems deciding how to complete this question. Could you please answer this question and explain your results so that I can understand how to answer such questions in the future. Please see the attachment