Hello, I am having a hard time solving this question. Any help is really appreciated. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You have designed a new musical instrument of very simple construction. Your design consists of a metal tube with length L and diameter L/10. You have stretched a string of mass per unit length μacross the open end of the tube. The other end of the tube is closed. To produce the musical effect you're looking for, you want the frequency of the third-harmonic standing wave on the string to be the same as the fundamental frequency for sound waves in the air column in the tube. The speed of sound waves in this air column is vs. b)What happens to the sound produced by the instrument if the tension is changed to twice the value calculated . The tension is vsound^2μ/60? c) For the tension calculated vsound^2μ/60, what other harmonics of the string, if any, are in resonance with standing waves in the air column? 2. Relevant equations ƒn=nv/2L 3. The attempt at a solution B) for this part my idea is because tension is increasing the the frequency of the waves will increase as per the formula. However, I am unsure if the sound would become a higher pitch or lower pitch. C) I am not really sure about this one. Thank you for your help!!!!