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Two identical strings are sounding the same fundamental tone of frequency 156 Hz. Each string is under 233 N of tension.

Two identical strings are sounding the same fundamental tone of frequency 156 Hz. Each string is under 233 N of tension. The peg holding one string suddenly slips, reducing its tension slightly, and the two tones now create a beat frequency of three beats per second. What is the new tension in the string that slipped?

This question was asked on Jan 14, 2013.

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