lect545 - 1. Which of the following properties of a sound...

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1. Which of the following properties of a sound wave determines its loudness (or intensity): wavelength, speed, amplitude, or frequency? Which of these properties determines its pitch? 2. How does the fundamental frequency of an organ pipe, which is open at both ends, change as you close one of the ends? 3. How does the wavelength of the fundamental standing wave on a violin string compare with the length of the string?
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1. You have an organ pipe that resonates at frequencies of 300, 450, and 600 hertz but nothing is between. It may resonant at lower and higher frequencies as well. Is the pipe open at both ends or open at one end and closed at the other? How can you tell? 2. Same for 500, 700 and 900 Hz. 3. What happens to the fundamental frequency of an organ pipe as the temperature in the room decreases? Explain.
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Interference and Sound Waves
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Recipe of Music
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Beats
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Important: You can not say what frequency is higher!!!!
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Doppler Effect
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Shock Waves and Sonic Boom
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