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22. If a string vibrates at the fundamental frequency of 528 Hz and also produces an overtone with a frequency of 1,056 Hz, this overtone is the A. fourth harmonic. B. second harmonic. C. third harmonic. D. first harmonic.
If a string vibrates at the fundamental frequency of 528 Hz and also produces an overtone with a frequency of 1,056 Hz, this overtone is the second harmonic.
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