Question

A 1.00-m vertical tube, with its bottom closed and top open to the air, is partly filled with mercury. What is the absolute pressure at the bottom of the tube if the fundamental frequency of the filled tube is equal to the fifth harmonic of the empty tube?

The answer is 2.05x10^5 Pa. Please show work.

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