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    If a string of length 10cm plays a note G when plucked, by how much, to the nearest centimeter, must the string be shortened to play the note B, four semitones above this G? Chose the one correct option.

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    A. 6cm B. 11cm C. 16cm D. 21cm E. 25cm F. 30cm G. 33cm H. 50cm

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    Because frequency is inversely proportional to length,
    four semitones = three ...

    Solution Summary

    The shortening of a string is calculated to produce a given note. The semitones and notes from a string are examined.

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