Question

An organ pipe is 130 cm long. The speed of sound in air is 343 m/s. Part A What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if the pipe is closed at one end? Express your answers using three significant figures separated by commas. Part B What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if the pipe is open at both ends? Express your answers using three significant figures separated by commas.

Answer #1

1.An organ pipe is 151 cm long. The speed of sound in air is 343
m/s.
a.
What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if
the pipe is closed at one end?
Express your answers using three significant figures separated
by commas.
b.
What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if
the pipe is open at both ends?
Express your answers using three significant figures separated
by commas.
2.A particular organ pipe can resonate at 252...

An organ pipe is 127 cmcm long. The speed of sound in air is 343
m/sm/s.
A. What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if
the pipe is closed at one end?
B. What are the fundamental and first three audible overtones if
the pipe is open at both ends?

An organ pipe is 114 cm long. What is the third audible harmonic
if the pipe is open at both ends? The speed of sound in air is 337
m/s.

An organ pipe is 1.2 m long. What are the fundamental
and first two overtones is the pipe is (a) closed at one end. (b)
open at both ends?

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...

An open organ pipe is 1.8m long. If the speed of sound is
343m/s, what are the
pipes:
a) fundamental , b) 1st overtone , & c) 2nd overtone ?

Standing sound waves are produced in a pipe that is 1.80 m
long.
If the pipe is closed at the left end and open at the right end
, determine the locations along the pipe (measured from the left
end) of the displacement nodes for the fundamental frequency.
If there is more than one value, separate your answers with
commas.
x=
m
SubmitMy AnswersGive
Up
Incorrect; One attempt remaining; Try Again
Part E
If the pipe is closed at the...

An organ pipe is 5.90 m long and is closed at one end. (The
speed of sound at T = 20.0°C is v = 343 m/s.)
What is the second lowest standing wave frequency for the organ
pipe?
What is the third lowest standing wave frequency for the organ
pipe?
What is the fourth lowest standing wave frequency for the organ
pipe?
The sound level 23.2 m from a loudspeaker is 63.4 dB. What is
the rate at which sound...

Assume the speed of sound in air is 340 m/s.
Determine the first three standing wave frequencies of a
28-cm-long open-closed pipe
f1,f3,f5?

A pipe is 2.37 m long.
(a) Determine the frequencies of the first three harmonics if
the pipe is open at both ends. Take 344 m/s as the speed of sound
in air.
f1 = 72.6 Correct: Your answer is correct. Hz
f2 = 145.2 Correct: Your answer is correct. Hz
f3 = 217.8 Correct: Your answer is correct. Hz
(b) How many harmonic frequencies of this pipe lie in the
audible range, from 20 Hz to 20000 Hz?
275...

ADVERTISEMENT

Get Answers For Free

Most questions answered within 1 hours.

ADVERTISEMENT

asked 58 seconds ago

asked 1 minute ago

asked 6 minutes ago

asked 7 minutes ago

asked 11 minutes ago

asked 21 minutes ago

asked 21 minutes ago

asked 45 minutes ago

asked 55 minutes ago

asked 1 hour ago

asked 1 hour ago

asked 1 hour ago