Musical Notes Blog Post
Every musical note has an associated frequency measured in Hertz (Hz), or vibrations per second. The following table shows the approximate frequencies of the notes in the octave from middle C up to the next C on the piano.
Note

Note number above middle C
x 
Frequency (Hz)
y 
Ratio

Middle C

0

262
 
C#

1

277
 1.057 
D

2

294
 1.061 
D#

3

311
 1.061 
E

4

330
 1.057 
F

5

349
 1.06 
F#

6

370
 1.059 
G

7

392
 1.058 
G#

8

415
 1.06 
A

9

440
 1.06 
A#

10

466
 1.06 
B

11

494
 1.06 
C above middle C

12

523
 1.06 
Step 1 Find a model that fits the data You should come up with an equation in the form y = Abx.
y=1.06b^x
Step 2 Use your model to find the frequency of the note two octaves above middle C (note 24).
1026
Step 3 Find the note with a frequency of 600. (How?)
note 15
Umm. that's very pretty, but you didn't answer the questions that were asked. Please revise.
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