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Two 5.0 m long pipes are both producing tones and as they sound simultaneously, a beat frequency of 17.15 Hz is heard. One pipe is open at both ends and is producing its third resonant frequency, and the other pipe is closed at one end and producing a lower frequency than the one that is open at both ends. Which resonant frequency is the closed-at-one-end pipe producing? Please help me with the picture representation as well.

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