#1
ok, for my pre algebra class I have to do a report on a career that involves mathematics.
So naturally I chose musician off the list my teacher gave us.

I have alot of stuff already, but I need help with the following information:

Nature of work involved (singing, playing instrument, writing music I would assume)
Working Conditions
Level of education required (music classes, possibly music college?)
Licensing tests required
Salary
and of course mathematics information and courses needed.
#2
uh, you need to be able to count to four, as well as every other time signature you use
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#4
You could say something about the sound waves a guitar produces, and what their frequencies are. A good example to show this is the strobe tuner(if you don't know how that works look it up).
Other than that, I can't really think of anything else useful.
#7
Concert A=440 cps (cycles per second)
If you multiply that by two, you get an octive higher.
Divide it in half, you get an octive lower.
#8
hmm. good luck with that report.
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