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Pipe *A*, which is 1.20 m long and open at both ends,
oscillates at its third lowest harmonic frequency. It is filled
with air for which the speed of sound is 343 m/s. Pipe *B*,
which is closed at one end, oscillates at its second lowest
harmonic frequency. This frequency of B happens to match the
frequency of *A*. An *x* axis extends along the
interior of *B*, with *x* = 0 at the closed end.
**(a)** How many nodes are along that axis? What are
the **(b)** smallest and **(c)** second
smallest value of x locating those nodes? **(d)** What
is the fundamental frequency of B?

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If there is more than one value, separate your answers with
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A
How long is this pipe?
Express your answer in meters.
B
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a.
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Express your answers using three significant figures separated
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b.
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