How Are Pitch and Frequency Related?

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Pitch and frequency are two related physical concepts dealing with the characteristics of sound. Frequency refers to the number of complete sound waves a given sound has per second. Pitch, on the other hand, is a letter name which is associated with sounds of a particular frequency. So, Pitch and frequency are related in that all musical pitches have some sort of frequency, but not all frequencies are necessarily associated with a single pitch name.
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