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A tube closed at one end has resonant frequencies that are 300 Hz apart. If this tube is now opened at both ends, what is the 1st harmonic frequency?

Please explain the n values in great detail used for the formulas (other Chegg answers do not do this).

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What frequencies (in Hz) will a 1.95 m long tube produce in the
audible range (20 Hz - 20,000 Hz) at 15.0°C for the following
cases?
(a)
the tube is closed at one end
lowest frequency Hzsecond lowest frequency Hzhighest frequency
(rounded to the nearest Hz) Hz
(b)
the tube is open at both ends
lowest frequency Hzsecond lowest frequency Hzhighest frequency
(rounded to the nearest Hz) Hz

What frequencies (in Hz) will a 1.55 m long tube produce in the
audible range (20 Hz - 20,000 Hz) at 21.0°C for the following
cases?
the tube is closed at one end
lowest frequency Hzsecond lowest frequency Hzhighest frequency
(rounded to the nearest Hz) Hz
(b)
the tube is open at both ends
lowest frequency Hzsecond lowest frequency Hzhighest frequency
(rounded to the nearest Hz) Hz

Find the fundamental frequency and the frequency of the first
three overtones of a pipe 90.0 cm long, if the pipe is open at both
ends.
Please enter your answer as four numbers, separated with
commas.
ffund,fov1,fov2,fov3
=
Hz
Find the fundamental frequency and the frequency of the first
three overtones of a pipe 90.0 cm long, if the pipe is closed at
one end.
Please enter your answer as four numbers, separated with
commas.
ffund,fov1,fov2,fov3
=
Hz
If the...

The fundamental frequency of an organ pipe, closed at one end,
is 255.6 Hz.
a)What is the fundamental frequency of this organ pipe if the
temperature drops to 1.20°C? (Hz)
The fundamental frequency of an organ pipe, open at both ends,
is 278.9 Hz.
b) What is the fundamental frequency of this organ pipe if the
temperature drops to 1.00°C?

A tube 1m long is closed at one end. A stretched wire is placed
near the open end. The wire is 0.30m long and has a mass of
0.010kg. It is held fixed at both ends and vibrates in its
fundamental mode. It sets the air column in the tube into vibration
at its fundamental frequency by resonance. Find (a) the frequency
of oscillation of the air column and (b) the tension in the
wire.

Lets say you want to make a tube, closed at one end, that has a
fundamental frequency of 262 hz. Lets assume that the speed of
sound is 343m/s and that the diameter of the tube is 4.0 cm. What
length would you cut the tube?

part 1. A 9.00-m long string sustains a three-loop standing wave
pattern as shown. The string has a mass of 45 g and under a tension
of 50 N.
a. What is the frequency of vibration?
b. At the same frequency, you wish to see four loops, what
tension you need to use.
Part 2.
a. Determine the shortest length of pipe, open at both ends,
which will resonate at 256 Hz (so the first harmonics is 256Hz).
The speed...

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