You blow across the mouths of identical bottles A, B, and C, each containing a different amount of water, as shown. From highest to lowest, rank the pitch of sound for each.
We know that the pitch of the note goes up as the amount of water in the glass decreases. So from the figure. We can say that the Highest pitch Glass (A) Water level is least) Medium Pitch Glass (C) ( Water level is medium) Lowest pitch Glass (B) ( Water level is more)