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It is part of the answer. Q4: f=v/λ = 343/1.14= 300.877= 301[Hz] approx Q7: large amplitude Q8: 440-(15/5)= 437[Hz] Q9: f= nv /2L -> v=f2L/n = 557.14*2*0.7/6= 129.999= 130[m/s]

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