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mathemusical cent Mathemusically, a ¢ent is a ratio* of two (close) frequencies. For the ratio (a:b) to remain constant over the frequency spectrum, the frequency range encompassed by a ¢ent must be proportional to those frequencies. Scaled🎚, an equally tempered semitone spans 100 ¢ents (a dollar) by definition.Made from stew choreography.

According to The Origamic Symphony, an octave^ - the unit of frequency level when the base logarithm = [font size × font weight] - spans twenty-six (26) semitones (intervals/measures), and therefore, 2600 ¢ents. Because raising a frequency by one (1) ¢ent is equivalent to multiplying this constant ¢ent value, and 2600 ¢ents doubles a frequency, the ratio of frequencies one ¢ent apart is calculated as the 2600th root of 2 (~ 1.00026663).The interval between the first and second harmonics of the harmonics series. (see also ¢ent formula, juke tax, MONEY, meshroom)
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Notes (+): + Economically, the ¢ent (cachecredit) is the rudimentary Double U currency object (used to measure/determine the size of twistor space). Reward function-wise, ¢ents are transacted in the twist economy as the negotiable instrument.