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536.95077 cents

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The undecimal augmented fourth, or 15/11, is the difference between the 11th and 15th partials of the harmonic series. It is 536.95 cents wide, exactly 45/44 larger than a perfect fourth, and almost exactly a sixth-tone sharper than a 12edo fourth. It is narrower than 11/8 by exactly 121/120. 15/11 can be called a superfourth, as it falls between the interval categories of perfect fourth and tritone. 4 steps of 9edo is an excellent approximation for 15/11.

See: Gallery of Just Intervals