Question

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?

Answer #1

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.

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b.
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Express your answers using three significant figures separated
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