Question

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

Answer #1

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