# Oscillations and Waves-Standing Waves in Strings and Organ Pipes (NEET Physics): Questions 1 - 4 of 7

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## Question number: 1

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An open organ pipe is in resonance in its 2 nd harmonic with tuning fork of frequency f 1 now; it is closed at one end. If the frequency of the tuning fork is increased slowly from f l then again a resonance is obtained with a frequency f 2. If in this case the pipe vibrates n th harmonics then

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## Question number: 2

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The frequency of fundamental tone in an open organ pipe of length 0.48 m is 320 Hz. Speed of sound is 320 m/sec. Frequency of fundamental tone in closed organ pipe will

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143.2 Hz

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320.0 Hz

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153.8 Hz

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160.0 Hz

## Question number: 3

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A source of sound placed at the open end of a resonance column sends an acoustic wave of pressure amplitude P 0 of the tube. If the atmospheric pressure is P A, then the ratio of maximum and minimum pressure at the closed end of the tube will be,

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## Question number: 4

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The frequency of fundamental tone in an open organ pipe of length 0.48 m is 430 Hz. Speed of sound is 430 m/sec. Frequency of fundamental tone in closed organ pipe will

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Choice (4) Response

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253.8 Hz

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260.0 Hz

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243.2 Hz

d.

215 Hz

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