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You have two steel strings of equal length under equal tension. If they're to vibrate with fundamental frequencies exactly one octave apart, what should be the ratio of the strings' diameters?

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We have two steel strings of equal length under equal tension. If they re to vibrate with fundamental frequencies exactly one octave apart.

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We have to calculate the ratio of the diameters of the string.

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