Q. 19 C4.5( 2 Votes )

Explain why

Answer :

The overtones produced by a sitar and a violin, and the strengths of these overtones, are different. Hence, one can distinguish between the notes produced by a sitar and a violin even if they have the same frequency of vibration.


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