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Q: In a stringed musical instrument, the sound frequency of a particular string can be increased by A. tightening the string. B. loosening the string. C. increasing the string's thickness. D.
lengthening the string.
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User: In a stringed musical instrument, the sound frequency of a particular string can be increased by A. tightening the string. B. loosening the string. C. increasing the string's thickness. D. lengthening the string.

Weegy: that is correct! use a tuner to keep it in tune though!
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User: The change in pitch of a train's horn as it passes while you are standing still can be explained by A. the Doppler effect. B. resonance. C. ultrasonic vibrations. D. sympathetic vibration.

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A. tightening the string. stringed musical instrument, the sound frequency of a particular string can be increased by A. tightening the string. B. loosening the string. C. increasing the string's thickness. D. lengthening the string.
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