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7). An organ pipe, closed at one end, is vibrating in its first overtone (second

harmonic), has length 61cm. A second organ pipe, open at both ends, is vibrating in

its fundamental mode (first harmonic), has length 41cm. What are the frequencies of

the tones from each?

Answer #2

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