1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Tuning Fork A has frequency of 320 Hz. When it is sounded with Tuning Fork B, 14 beats are detected in 7.0 seconds. Elastic bands are placed on the tines of Tuning Fork B and the beat frequency drops down to 1.0 Hz. What was the original frequency of Tuning Fork B? Explain your reasoning. 2. Relevant equations f2 = f1 ± fb fb = N / Δt 3. The attempt at a solution Possible frequencies for Tuning fork B with a beat frequency of 2 Hz: fb = N/ Δt fb = 14 / 7.0s = 2.0 Hz f2 = f1 ± fb f2 = 320 Hz ± 2.0 Hz = 322 Hz or 318 Hz Possible frequencies for Tuning Fork B with a beat frequency of 1 Hz: f2 = 320 Hz ± 1.0 Hz = 321 Hz or 319 Hz Test each possible frequency: For 321 Hz: f2 = 321 - 320 = 1.0 Hz For 319 Hz: f2 = 320 - 319 = 1.0 Hz Both equal 1.0 Hz. Please help! I have no idea what I did here, I am so confused and this question keeps haunting me :/ Any help would be appreciated!