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2. How do you find the frequency?

3. Where are the antinodes and nodes located?

4. Where is the standing wave located?

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2. How do you find the frequency?

3. Where are the antinodes and nodes located?

4. Where is the standing wave located?

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Said this, with the information I have I can tell you that probably you have to impose perfect reflections at the boundaries. Therefore in practice you write the equation of the wave and you impose that at the ends it is null. It is much equal to what you do for a vibrating string. Then with that you can find the wavelength of the modes and their nodes and the maxima it has, and also the frequency once you have the wavelength (use the dispersion relation for that).

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