In a closed organ pipe producing a musical note, an antinode will always be produced at
A. the closed end
B. the middle
C. the open end
D. all the parts of the pipe
A closed organ pipe is that in which one end is open while the other is closed.
Now for the right answer to the above question:
- Option A is incorrect. for a closed pipe, the closed end is always the node and not the antinode.
- Option B is incorrect. from the diagram, it is obvious that the middle is far from constantly being the antinode.
- C is correct. the open end will always be the antinode.
- D is not the correct answer. All the parts-not correct.
You may please note these/this:
- The antinode is the point of maximum amplitude on a stationary wave line.
- The node is the point of minimum or zero amplitude on a stationary wave line as shown above.
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/ culled from 2016 JAMB-UTME physics past question 22 /
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