1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You are designing a two-string instrument with metal string 35.0 long, as shown in the figure . Both strings are under the same tension. String has a mass of 8.45 and produces the note middle C (frequency 262 ) in its fundamental mode. To extend the range of your instrument, you include a fret located just under the strings, but not normally touching them. How far from the upper end should you put this fret so that when you press tightly against it, this string will produce C# (frequency 277 ) in its fundamental? 2. Relevant equations f= (1/(2L)) * (F/u)^.5, where f is the frequency, L is length of the string, u is the mass per unit distance, and F is the tension force. 3. The attempt at a solution So I found that the tension of the string to be 812N. Using that, I solved for x: 277= (1/(2x)) *(812/(.00845/x))^.5 x= .313, which means 31.3 cm. It's asking how far form the upper end, so 35-31.3cm = 3.7cm. However, this is not correct. Anyone know why?