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A string of length 2 m that's fixed at both ends supports a standingwave with a wavelength of 0.8 $\mathrm{m}$ . What is the harmonic number of thisstanding wave?(A) 3(B) 4(C) 5(D) 6

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let off. A spring is given by l is equal to two pi. Sorry. 2.5 times, Linda. Well, Linda is equal to then l derided by 2.5 for entire Monique. Then these becomes too L o R n the harmonica number for a standing rare is a five. So here we get two or five. So where is the harmonic for the standing rails? So the harmonic number we have is a five. So option sees the right answer.

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