# Determine the fundamental and first overtone

## Problem 16.49 Chapter 16

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Problem 16.49

Determine the fundamental and first overtone frequenciesfor an 8.0-m-long hallway with all doors closed. Modelthe hallway as a tube closed at both ends.

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