What happens when the frequency of a sound wave is doubled?

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If the frequency of sound waves is doubled, then you halve its wavelength. However, it does not alter the speed of the wave. In addition, the length of sound waves vary depending on frequency.
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2. The speed of sound in a given medium is constant regardless of its frequency. The wavelength will halve to reflect the doubled frequency.
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