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Posted by Rachel on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 11:42pm.

A solid copper object hangs at the bottom of a
steel wire of negligible mass. The top end of the wire is
fixed. When the wire is struck, it emits sound with a fundamental
frequency of 300 Hz. The copper object is then submerged
in water so that half its volume is below the water
line. Determine the new fundamental frequency.
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