CBSE Class 11-science Answered
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Lowest frequency corresponds to highest wavelenngth.
Image the string plucked in the middle, and what you observe is just 1/2 the complete wave.
λ/2 = L
λ = 2L = 2 m
speed = wavelength x frequency
= 2 x 440 = 880 m/s
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