35 Waves in Pipes and Beats

35 Waves in Pipes and Beats - What happens to the frequency...

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What happens to the frequency of an organ pipe if you saw off a bit of the end of the pipe?
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A pipe closed at one end and open at other will give a. All even harmonics b. All odd harmonics c. All the harmonics d. None of the harmonics
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Which one of the following will result in standing waves ? A) the superposition of waves that travel with different speeds B) the superposition of identical waves that travel in the same direction C) the superposition of identical waves that travel in opposite directions D) the superposition of nearly identical waves of slightly different amplitudes E) the superposition of nearly identical waves of slightly different frequencies
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Each pipe has one end open and the other end closed. Note: some of the figures show situations that are not possible. Which one of the pipes emits sound with the lowest frequency? (1)
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