## A noise created by small earthquake at a depth of 1200m in the ocean propagates upward and eventually reaches a bird flying above, at an alt

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A noise created by small earthquake at a depth of 1200m in the ocean propagates upward and eventually reaches a bird flying above, at an altitude of 400m. Calculate how long it takes for the noise to reach the bird. For the seawater use E = 2.34 x 109 N/m2 , rho =1030kg/m3 , and for air, γ = 1.4, and T= 2700 K)

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Answer:

The time taken is

Explanation:

Generally velocity of the noise in water is mathematically represented as

substituting into the variable with value given in the question

=>

Generally the time taken is mathematically represented as

substituting into the variable with value given in the question

=>

The velocity of the noise in air is mathematically represented as

Here R is the gas constant with value

The time taken is

=>

=> The total time is mathematially represented as