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for resonance in closed column freq. = (2p+1)*vel/4l . but in class 10 i learned for resonance with a tuning fork say 512 hz this value of frequency should be 512 hz only . so my question if i put p =1,2,3... how to prove that the frequency is remaining same .

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    What is the point with the tuning fork? It does not make sense as it is written.

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