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Two wires of same material and radii r and 2r respectively are welded together end to end The com!ination is used as a sonometer wire and "ept under tension T the welded point is mid#way !etween the two !ridges When stationary waves are set up in the composite wire$ the %oint is a node Then the ratio of the num!er of loops formed in the thinner to thic"er wire is$ (P.M.T. 90) &a' 2 : ( &!' 1 : 2 &c' 2 : 1 &d' ) : * +nswer: &!' + weight of ) "g is re,uired to produce the fundamental fre,uency of a sonometer wire What weight is re,uired to produce its octave&a' 10 "g wt &!' 20 "g wt &c' (0 "g wt &d' *0 "g wt +nswer: &!' The lengths of two organ pipes open at !oth ends are . and . + d if they are sounded together$ then the !eat fre,uency will !e &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &d' The speed of sound in air is ()0 m/s the fundamental fre,uency of the open pipe of length )0 cm is &a' 100 01 &!' 2)0 01 &c' ()0 01 &d' *00 01 +nswer: &c' What is the velocity of transverse waves traveling along a thin copper wire of length )0 cm and mass 1 gram$ if it is stretched !y a weight of * "g&a' 20 m/s &!' 30 m/s &c' 110 m/s &d' 1*0 m/s +nswer: &d' 4or a closed organ pipe resonance is occurred when air columns of lengths are e,ual to (MHT CET 2005) &a' &!' &c'

uency *60 01 is in unison with pipe closed at one end vi!rating in its first overtone Then fundamental fre.uency of the sound from an organ pipe (AFMC 76) &a' 9ecreases &!' :ncreases &c' .ongitudinal progressive waves &!' 8lectromagnetic waves &c' Transverse progressive waves &d' Stationary wave +nswer: &d' With the increase in temperature$ the fre. 80) &a' 22) cps &!' 130 cps .R-86) &a' .ual$ the ratio of their fre.emain unchanged &d' <hanges erratically +nswer: &!' + wire under tension vi!rates with a fre.uencies of their vi!ration &i e n +/n5'(PMT MP 90) &a' 1 &!' 2 &c' &d' +nswer: &c' + tuning for" of fre.P.N.uency of the pipe is (MHT CET 2006) &a' 1)0 01 &!' 120 01 &c' *60 01 &d' 130 01 +nswer: &c' + stretched sting of length l fi7ed at !oth ends can sustain stationary wave of wavelength λ is given !y (MNR 87) &a' &!' &c' &d' λ = 2 l n +nswer: &c' + pipe closed at one end vi!rating in )th overtone is in unison with open pipe vi!rating in its )th overtone The ratio of lc : lo is (MHT CET 2006) &a' 12 : 11 &!' 1 : 1 &c' 11 : 12 &d' ) : 1 +nswer: &c' 8nergy is not carried !y (M.uency if the wire were half as long$ twice as thic" and under one fourth tension (CPMT A.uency of *)0 cycles per sound What would !e the fundamental fre.&d' +nswer: &d' The radius$ density and tension of a string + are twice the radius$ density and tension of another string 5 if the lengths of the string are e.

C. 86) &a' 102* &!' )12 &c' 2)2 &d' 126 +nswer: &a' +n open organ pipe has a fundamental fre.ual to (N.uency )12 01 :f the tu!e is open at !oth ends$ the fundamental fre.uency of (00 01 The first overtone of this organ pipe is the same as the first overtone of a closed organ pipe The length of the closed organ pipe is (N.R.R.C.T.&c' 2*= cps &d' 1=* cps +nswer: &a' :n stationary wave the distance !etween two successive nodes or two successive antinodes is e.uency (I.uency of the note produced !y pluc"ing a given string increases as (NCERT 80) &a' The length of the string increases &!' The tension in the string increases &c' The tension in the string decreases &d' The mass per unit length of the string increases +nswer: &!' :n >eld?s e7periment$ the string vi!rates in * loops when a )0 gram weight is placed in the pan of weight 1) gram The ma"e the string to vi!rate is 2 loops the weight that has to !e removed from the pan is (MHT CET 2004) &a' 0 00= "g wt &!' 0 0021 "g wt &c' 0 00(2 "g wt &d' 0 0023 "g wt +nswer: &c' @elocity of sound in air is (20 m/s a pipe closed at one end has length of 1 m neglecting end corrections$ the air column in the pipe can resonates for sound of fre.I.E.I.E.T-76) &a' λ &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &!' + tu!e closed at one end and containing air$ produces$ when e7cited$ the fundamental note of fre.T-82) &a' 10 cm &!' *1 cm &c' 62 cm &d' 12* cm +nswer: &!' The fre.uency that can !e e7cited is &in 01' (I.T 89) &a' 60 01 &!' (20 01 &c' *00 01 &d' +ll &a'$ &!' A &c' +nswer: &d' +n organ pipe open at !oth ends and another organ pipe closed at one end will resonate with each other$ if their lengths are in the ratio of (EAMCET 92) &a' 1: 1 &!' 1: * .

ongitudinal progressive waves +nswer: &a' Stationary Waves Questions: Paper – 02 +s an empty vessel is filled with water$ its fre.&c' 2: 1 &d' 1: 2 +nswer: &c' The fre.uency (MNR 88) &a' :ncreases &!' 9ecreases &c' .uency of the second overtone of a closed pipe is in unison with the third overtone of an open pipe other ratio of lengths of the pipe is (MHT CET 2001) &a' 10: 6 &!' ): 6 &c' =: * &d' *: = +nswer: &!' + vi!rating sonometer wire is in resonance with a tuning for" of fre.uency of pipe open at one ends only$ and !oth are vi!rating in the fundamental mode and the pipes are of the same length$ then (CPMT 86) &a' n1 = 2n2 &!' n1 = n2 &c' 2n1 = n2 &d' (n2 = *n2 +nswer: &a' :f the end correction of an open organ pipe is 0 6 cm$ then the inner radius of the pipe will !e &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &c' + resonating column of air contains (CPMT 74) &a' Stationary longitudinal waves &!' Stationary transverse waves &c' Transverse progressive waves &d' .uency of a pipe open at !oth ends and n 2the resonance fre.uency 1)0 01 :f only one loop is formed on the wire and the length of one loop is *0 cm$ then the velocity of transverse waves on the wire will !e &a' 120 m/s &!' 2*0 m/s &c' 30 m/s &d' 20 m/s +nswer: &a' :f n1 is the resonance fre.emains the same &d' Bone of a!ove +nswer: &a' .

91) &a' T2 was decreased &!' T2 was increased &c' T1 was decreased &d' 5oth &!' and &c' +nswer: &d' String is in fundamental mode of vi!ration then velocity is directly proportional to CCCCCCC (MHT CET 2003) &a' S.uency of vi!ration of the wire will !e (CPMT 85) &a' 3 n &!' ( n &c' &d' +nswer: &c' Two closed pipe produces 10 !eats per second when emitting their fundamental nodes :f their lengths are in the ratio of 2): 22 their fundamental fre.uare root of tension .ongitudinal progressive waves &!' Transverse progressive waves &c' 8lectromagnetic waves &d' Standing &stationary' waves +nswer: &d' :n stationary waves (A.C PUNE 88.uency n it is replaced !y another wire of three times the diameter :f tension and other parameters remain the same$ the fre.92) &a' 8nergy is uniformly distri!uted &!' 8nergy is minimum at nodes and ma7imum at antinodes &c' 8nergy is ma7imum at nodes and minimum at antinodes &d' Bone of these +nswer: &!' Two identical straight wires are stretched so as to produce 2 !eats per second when tension slightly in one of them$ the !eat fre.uency in 01 are (MHT CET 2002) &a' 2=0$ 260 &!' 220$ 2=0 &c' 220$ 2)0 &d' 2*0$ 2)0 +nswer: &c' 4our wires of identical lengths$ diameters and material and stretched on a sonometer !o7 The ratio of their tension is 1: *: 3: 12 the ratio of their fundamental fre.I.M.F.T.uencies is (CPMT 89) &a' 1: 2: 3: 12 &!' *: (: 2: 1 &c' 1: 2: (: * &d' 1: *: 3: 12 +nswer: &c' :f the fifth overtone of a closed pipe is in unison with the fifth overtone of an open pipe$ then the ratio of the length of closed pipe to open pipe will !e &a' 11:12 &!' 12:11 &c' 1(:11 &d' 11:1( +nswer: &a' 8nergy is to !e carried from one place to another Which one o the following cannot !e used&a' .+ sonometer wire vi!rates with a fre.uency remains unchanged 9enoting !y T1 and T2 the higher and lower initial tension in the strings$ then it could !e said that while ma"ing the a!ove changes in tension (I.

MP 85) &a' (1 cm &!' *) cm &c' *2 cm &d' *= cm +nswer: &d' Two sound waves of relative intensities *00: 1 show interference The ratio of intensity at the ma7ima to minima is close to (C.M.uantities are e7pressed in S: units What is the amplitude of a particle at 7 = 0 0) m&a' 0 2 m &!' 0 ( m &c' 0 * m &d' 0 ) m +nswer: &c' The end correction of a resonance column is 1 0 cm if the shortest length resonating with a tuning for" is 1) 0 cm$ the ne7t resonating length is (PMT.uare of tension &d' S.&!' S.uare root of linear density +nswer: &a' Standing waves are produced !y the superposition of two waves given !y y1 = 0 * sin 2π and y2 = 0 * sin 2π where all the .P.T-89) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &a' + wave is propagating along D#a7is and another identical wave is propagating along E#a7is if they superimpose each other$ the resultant wave will !e (PMT 92 CPMT 93) &a' <ircular &!' Para!olic &c' Straight line &d' 8lliptical +nswer: &c' + string is vi!rating in first overtone then point formed e7actly at the middle is (MHT CET 2006) &a' Bode &!' +ntinodes &c' Sometimes node and sometimes antinodes &d' Bone of these +nswer: &a' Transverse waves are generated in two uniform wires + +nd 5 of same material !y attaching their free ands to a vi!rating source of fre.uency 200 01 The cross sectional area + is half than of 5 while the tension on + is twice that on 5 the ratio of the wavelength of the transverse wave in + and 5 is (NCERT 84) &a' .uare root of length &c' S.

P-87) &a' = ) cm &!' 1) cm &c' 22 ) cm &d' (0 cm +nswer: &a' The ratio !etween the amplitudes of two superposing waves is (: 2 the ratio !etween the ma7imum and minimum intensities of the resultant wave will !e (C.uency )00 01 is !rought at the upper end of the tu!e and the velocity of sound is ((0 m/s$ then the total num!er of resonance o!tained will !e (M.P.T.uency !y 100 01$ then the first overtone of the original pipe the fundamental fre.&!' &c' 1: 2 &d' 2: 1 +nswer: &d' :n >eld?s e7periment$ 2 loops were formed$ when the string was stretched !y a weight 2 gram What weight should !e used to produce ( loops$ without changing the e7periment set up&a' 12 gram wt &!' 16 gram wt &c' 2* gram wt &d' 12 gram wt +nswer: &c' 4or the stationary wave y = * sin cos &32 πt' the distance !etween a node and the ne7t antinodes is (P.uencies 100 and 1)0 01 respectively The ratio of their tension is (PMT MP 90) &a' 2: ( &!' (: 2 &c' 1: 3 &d' 1: ( +nswer: &c' +n open pipe is suddenly closed with the result that$ the second overtone on the closed pipe is found to !e higher in fre.M.T-90) &a' 3: * &!' 2): 1 &c' 1(: ) &d' ): 1 +nswer: &!' Two stretched wires of same material of lengths l and 2 l vi!rate with fre.M.M.N.R-94) &a' * &!' ( &c' 2 &d' 1 +nswer: &!' The speed of sound in air is ()0 meter per second The fundamental fre.uency of open pipe will !e (CPMT 92) &a' 100 01 &!' (00 01 &c' 1)0 01 &d' 200 01 +nswer: &d' + glass tu!e of 1 0 m length is filled with water The water can !e drained out slowly at the !ottom of the tu!e :f a vi!rating tuning for" of fre.uency of an open pipe )0 cm long will !e (CPMT 93) &a' 1=) 01 .

P.uation of stationary wave in stretched string is given !y y = ) sin cos *0 πt where 7 and y are in cms and t in seconds The separation !etween two ad%acent nodes is(C.uency Their lengths are in the ratio &a' 1:2 &!' 2:( &c' (:* &d' *:) +nswer: &c' The fre.&!' ()0 01 &c' =00 01 &d' )0 01 +nswer: &!' The e.T-90) &a' 1 ) cm &!' ( cm &c' 2 cm &d' * cm +nswer: &!' + sonometer wire of density d and radius a is held !etween two !ridges at a distance .uency of the wire will !e (CPMT 76) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &!' The fre.uency of fundamental note emitted !y a string of length l clamped . apart The wire has a tension T the fundamental fre.M.uencies of the harmonics of the string are (CPMT 88) &a' Fnrelated &!' Gf the same pitch &c' :n the ratio 1: 2: ( &d' :n the ratio 1: (: ) +nswer: &a' Stationary Waves Questions: Paper – 0( The harmonics which are present in a pipe open t one end are (MHT CET 2004) &a' Gdd harmonics &!' 8ven harmonics &c' 8ven as we as odd harmonics &d' Bone of these +nswer: &a' + closed organ pipe and an open organ pipe have their first overtones identical in fre.

B.uencies ((0$ 220$ 330$ 120$ 12)0 01 &c' <om!ination of fre.at !oth ends is &ν = velocity of sound in string' (CPMT 93) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &c' + standing wave is represented !y y = a sin &100t' cos&0 017' where y and a are in millimeter$ t in second and 7 in metre @elocity of wave is (C.T-92) &a' Progressive transverse wave &!' Progressive longitudinal wave &c' Stationary transverse wave &d' Stationary longitudinal wave +nswer: &c' +ir is !lown at the mouth of a tu!e &.I. wire are (C.E-94) &a' 104 m/s &!' 1 m/s &c' 10−4 m/s &d' Bot derived from a!ove data +nswer: &a' The type of wave produced in a S:T+.P.uency )00 01 The diameter of wire + is half that of wire 5 and the tension on wire + is half that on wire 5 what is ratio of the velocity of waves in wires + and 5 (NCERT 83) &a' 1: 2 &!' 2: 1 &c' &d' +nswer: &d' .M.uencies (CPMT 88) &a' ((0 01 &!' <om!ination of fre.ength 2) cm and diameter ( cm' closed at one end @elocity of sound is ((0 m/s the sound which is produced will correspond to the fre.T-92) &a' Two &!' Three &c' 4our &d' 4ive +nswer: &!' Transverse wave are generated in two uniform steel wires + and 5 !y attaching their free end to a vi!rating source of fre.uencies (00$ 300$ 1)00$ 2100$ 01 +nswer: &c' The displacement of a particle e7ecuting periodic motion is given !y y = * cos2 t sin &1000t' this e7pression may !e considered to !e a result of superposition of (I.S.uencies ((0$ 330$ 12)0$ 2(10$ 01 &d' <om!ination of fre.

uency *60 01 is in unison with the first overtone of a pipe closed at one end What is the fundamental fre.uency (MHT CET 2001) &a' :ncreases !y 21H &!' :ncreases !y 10H &c' :ncreases !y )H &d' :ncreases !y =H +nswer: &!' Two organ pipes$ closed at one end$ when sounded together produce ( !eats/second :f their lengths are in the ratio of 101:100$ then the fundamental notes produces !y them have the fre.uency is n what will !e the ratio of fre.uency of the closed pipe&a' 120 01 &!' 1*0 01 &c' 1)0 01 &d' 120 01 +nswer: &d' .uencies &in 01' &a' 100 and 10( &!' 202 and 20( &c' (00 and (0( &d' *00 and *0( +nswer: &c' :n a closed organ pipe the fundamental fre.uency of (CPMT 88) &a' *00 01 &!' 100 01 &c' 200 01 &d' 2)2 01 +nswer: &c' The sonometer wire is vi!rating in the second overtone We may say that there are (CPMT 91) &a' Two nodes and two antinodes &!' Gne nodes and two antinodes &c' 4our nodes and three antinodes &d' Three nodes and three antinodes +nswer: &c' Two wires made up of the same material are of e.ual lengths !ut their diameters are in the ratio 1: 2 on stretching each of these two strings !y the same tension$ the ratio !etween the fundamental fre.(NCERT 90) &a' 2: (: * &!' (: *: ) &c' (: =: 11 &d' (: ): = +nswer: &d' + tuning for" of fre.+ stretched string of 1 m length$ fi7ed at !oth ends$ having a mass of ) × 10−4 "g is under a tension of 20 B it is pluc"ed at a point situated at 2) cm from one end The stretched string would vi!rate with fre.uencies of the ne7t three overtones.uencies of these strings is (PMT MP 89) &a' 1: * &!' 1: 2 &c' 2: 1 &d' *: 1 +nswer: &c' The tension in the sonometer wire is increased !y 21H :t fundamental fre.

M.T.uation y = a cos &"7 − ωt' is superposed with another wave to form a stationary wave such that the point 7 = 0 is a node The e. 81) &a' &!' &c' f &d' (f +nswer: &c' + sonometer wire is unison with a tuning for" Jeeping the same tension$ the length of the wire !etween the !ridges is dou!led The tuning for" can still !e in resonance with the wire$ provided the wire now vi!rates in (PMT .uency of the air column is now(C.M.P.+ closed tu!e has fre.T-89) &a' &!' &c' π &d' Iero +nswer: &a' Transverse position in >eld?s e7periment is chanted to parallel position :f length of string remaining the same and tension is made half :f in perpendicular position * loops are formed num!er of loops formed in parallel position (MHT CET 2003) &a' 1 &!' 2 &c' ( &d' * +nswer: &!' + cylindrical tu!e$ open at !oth ends$ has fundamental fre.uency and amplitude are com!ined and act on a particle are right angles The resulting motion of the particle will !e circular when the phase difference !etween the two wave is (C. &d' 2 n +nswer: &!' + wave represented !y the e.uency n if its length is dou!led and radius is halved its fre. I.P.uation for the other wave is (I.T.T-88) &a' a sin &"7 + ωt' &!' − a cos &"7 + ωt' &c' − a cos &"7 − ωt' &d' − a sin &"7 + ωt' +nswer: &!' Two linear simple harmonic motions of the same fre. 80.I.uency will !ecome (PMT.uency f in air The tu!e is dipped vertically in water so that half of it is in water The fundamental fre. MP 85) &a' &!' &c' n.I.

P.$ mass > is fi7ed at !oth ends under tension T then it can vi!rate with fre.uency of the tuning for" &in 01' must !e (MNR 91) &a' 200 &!' 210 &c' 20) &d' 21) +nswer: &c' + tuning for" of fre.T-90) &a' Iero &!' Gne &c' 4our &d' 8ight +nswer: &c' + uniform string of length .E.E. MNR 80) &a' .uency does not change if the length of the wire is changed to 2 l cm the fre.MP 89) &a' * segments &!' 2 segments &c' ( segments &d' 2 segments +nswer: &d' :n a stationary wave every particle performs &a' a S 0 > at all points of the medium &!' a S 0 > at all points e7cept nodal points &c' a S 0 > at all points e7cept the antinodes points &d' a S 0 > of constant amplitude +nswer: &!' + tuning for" vi!rating with a sonometer having 20 cm wire produces ) !eats per second The !eat fre. 89) &a' +ll the particles of the medium vi!rate in phase &!' +ll the particles of antinodes vi!rate in phase &c' The particles in successive antinodes vi!rate out of phase &d' +ll the particles !etween consecutive antinodes vi!rate in phase +nswer: &c' Stationary Waves Questions: Paper – 0* 5eats are produced !y two waves y1 = a sin 2000 πt and y2 = a sin 2006 πt the num!er of !eats heard per second is (C..M.uencies given !y n is the formula: (CPMT 72.uency of )00 c/s is sounded on resonance tu!e the first and second resonance are o!tained at 1= cm and )0 cm the velocity of sound in m/sec is (CPMT 76) &a' 1=0 &!' ()0 &c' )20 &d' 6)0 +nswer: &!' :n a stationary wave (ORISSA.

P.uency of the wire will !e (NCERT 84) &a' 2* 01 &!' 2)2 01 &c' )12 01 &d' 102* 01 +nswer: &d' The linear density of a vi!rating string is 1 ( × 10−4 "g/m3 + transverse wave is propagating on the string and is descri!ed !y the e.uation E = 0 021 sin &7 + (0t' where 7 and y are measured in meters and t in seconds The tension in the wire is (NCERT 82) &a' 0 12 B &!' 0 *6 B &c' 1 20 B &d' * 60 B .uired to produce its octave is (PMT 88 MP) &a' * "g wt &!' 12 "g wt &c' 12 "g wt &d' 2* "g wt +nswer: &c' + stretched wire of 20 cm vi!rates with a fundamental note of fre.ual to (CPMT 74) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &d' The fundamental fre.T-82) &a' y = 2 yo sin " 7 cos ωt &!' y = yo sin " &7 − νt' &c' &d' +nswer: &a' :n a long cylindrical tu!e$ the eater level is ad%usted and the air column a!ove it is made to vi!rate in unison with a vi!rating tuning for" "ept at the open end >a7imum sound is heard when the air column lengths are e.&!' &c' &d' +nswer: &a' The e.uency 2)2 01 :f the length of the wire is decreased to 1) cm while the tension in "ept constant The fundamental fre.M.uency of a sting stretched with a weight of * "g is 2)2 01 The weight re.uation of stationary wave is given !y (C.

T.uency Their lengths are in the ratio of (PMT.ongitudinal &!' Transverse$ stationary and unpolarised &c' Transverse$ stationary and polarised &d' Transverse$ progressive and polarised +nswer: &c' + standing wave having ( nodes and 2 antinodes is found !etween two atoms having a distance of 1 2+° !etween them the wavelength of standing wave will !e (MHT CET 2002) &a' ( 2( +° &!' 2 0) +° &c' 1 21 +° .atio of the length of P1 that of P2 is (I. MP 87.I. CPMT 92) &a' 1: 2 &!' 2: ( &c' (: * &d' *: ) +nswer: &c' :n an open end organ pipe of length l$ if the velocity of sound is ν then the fundamental fre. 88) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &!' + closed organ pipe and an open organ pipe have their first overtones identical in fre.uency will !e (CPMT 90) &a' &!' &c' and all harmonics are present and all harmonics are present and all harmonics are a!sent &d' and all harmonics are a!sent +nswer: &a' + closed organ pipe &closed at one end' is e7cited so as to support the third overtone :t is then found that there are in the pipe (PMT MP 91) &a' Three nodes and three antinodes &!' Three nodes and four antinodes &c' 4our nodes and three antinodes &d' 4our nodes and four antinodes +nswer: &d' :n a sonometer wire$ the produced waves are (CPMT 78) &a' .+nswer: &a' +n organ pipe P1 closed at one vi!rating in its first harmonic and another pipe P2 open at !oth ends vi!rating in its third harmonic are in resonance with a given tuning for" .

uency 2)0 01 :f the length of wire is increased then 2 !eats per second are heard What is ratio of the lengths of the wire.P) &a' Bodes &!' +ntinodes &c' 5etween the node and the antinodes &d' 5etween any two nodes and antinodes +nswer: &a' + sonometer string and a tuning for" when sounded together gives 2 !eats/sec$ whether the length of sonometer string is 6) cm or 100 cm the fre.&d' 2 *2 +° +nswer: &c' :n a pipe open at !oth ends distance !etween node and antinodes is (MHT CET 2003) &a' &!' &c' &d' Bone of these +nswer: &a' + sonometer wire of length l1 vi!rates with a fre.ual inner diameters 4or the tu!e +$ !oth ends are open while for the tu!e 5$ one end is closed What is the ratio of the fundamental fre. and open at !oth ends produced a note of fundamental fre.uencies of + and 5&a' 1:2 &!' 2:1 &c' 1:* &d' *:1 +nswer: &!' + closed organ pipe is e7cited to produce the third overtone of the air column :t is found that the air in the pipe has &a' Three nodes and three antinodes &!' Three nodes and four antinodes &c' 4our nodes and four antinodes &d' 4our nodes and three antinodes +nswer: &c' :n a stationary wave$ the strain is ma7imum at the (P.M.uency of tuning for" is (PMT MP 90) &a' 222 01 &!' 2)2 01 &c' 220 01 &d' 2(* 01 +nswer: &d' + pipe of length .(MHT CET 2004) &a' 12*: 12) &!' 2)0: (1( &c' ): ( &d' *1: )= +nswer: &a' + and 5 are two metal tu!es having e.M.ual lengths and e.T-87.uency f2 the ratio &a' 1:1 &!' 1:2 of its length in water$ it produces a is .uency f1 When the pipe is "ept with note of fundamental fre.

I.uency *60 01 produces 10 !eats per second when sounded with a vi!rating sonometer wire What must have !een the fre. NCERT 84) &a' *20 01 &!' *=0 01 &c' *60 01 &d' *30 01 +nswer: &!' :f fre.T 85) &a' (1 2) &!' 22 )0 &c' 3( =) &d' 5oth &a' A &c' +nswer: &d' .uency of string if a slight increase in tension produces fewer !eats per second than !efore (PMT 92.uency of fundamental note in a closed pipe &length l$ speed of sound ν' is (CPMT 93) &a' &!' &c' &d' +nswer: &!' + tuning for" of fre.&c' 2:1 &d' (:2 +nswer: &c' The fre.uency of vi!ration of a string ca! !e increased !y (CPMT 72) &a' :ncreasing the length of the string "eeping the tension constant &!' 9ecreasing the density of the string "eeping the tension constant &c' :ncreasing the thic"ness of the string "eeping the length constant &d' 9ecreasing the tension of the string "eeping length constant +nswer: &!' +n air column in a pipe$ which is closed at one end$ will !e in resonance with a vi!rating tuning for" of fre.uency 22* 01 if the length of the column in cm is (I.uency of vi!ration of string is increased !y a factor two$ then tension in string will !e (CPMT 79) &a' 0alf &!' 9ou!le &c' Gne fourth &d' 4our times +nswer: &d' The fre.

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