Physics
posted by Josh Garder
Hi! Could you help me out with this exercise? Thanks!
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Damon enough already
Please use the same name for your posts.
This is a pipe open at one end and closed at the other.
Use the same acoustic (organ pipe) sites I gave you yesterday.
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