A sound source producing 1.00 kHz waves moves toward a stationary listener at one-half the speed of sound. a) What frequency will the

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A sound source producing 1.00 kHz waves moves toward a stationary listener at one-half the speed of sound.
a) What frequency will the listener hear?
(b) Suppose instead that the source is stationary and the listener moves toward the source at one half the speed of sound. What frequency does the listener hear? How does your answer compare with that in par a? Did you expect to get the same answer in both cases? Explain on physical grounds why the two answers differ

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Thái Dương 2 months 2021-08-01T04:39:34+00:00 1 Answers 2 views 0

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    2021-08-01T04:40:43+00:00

    Answer:

    2000Hz and 1500Hz

    Explanation:

    Using

    a) f = f0((c+vr)/(c+vs))

    =>>> f0((c)/(c-0.5c))

    =>>>1000/0.5 = 2000Hz

    b) f = f0((c+vr)/(c+vs))

    =>>>f0((c+0.5c)/(c))

    =>>>>1000 x 1.5 = 1500Hz

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