What is the number n of the highest harmonic that could be heard by a person who is capable of hearing frequencies up to f = 16 khz?.

The Frequency will be “266.14 Hz” and the number of loops are “60”.

Explain the term harmonic motion?

A simple periodic motion (such a pendulum swinging or a violin string making music) which has a specific frequency and amplitude or is made up of two or more of these motions.

For the given question-

Tension T = 765 N

Length L = 0.600 m

Mass m =4.50 g

The formula for the linear velocity is given as;

Linear density; μ = mass/length

Put the values,

μ = 4.5 x 10⁻³/0.6

μ = 7.5 x 10⁻³ kg/m

The formula for the fundamental frequencyis;

F = (1/2L)√(T/ μ)

F = (1/2×0.6)√(765/ 7.5 x 10⁻³)

F = 266.14 hz

The number of loops is;

n = f’/f

n = 16000/266.14

n = 60

Thus, a person who can hear frequencies up to f = 16 kHz would be able to hear the highest harmonic with number n equal to 60.

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