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f = speed If f refers to the vibrational frequency of the sound, and is the wavelength of the wave in the instrument, what is the relevant “speed” for a wind instrument? A) 344 m/s B) Something totally different! Clicker question
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Resonance examples • Tacoma Narrows Bridge (Washington state, 1940) • Millennium Bridge (London, 2000)
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Phys 1240: Sound and Music Reminder: lecture attendance is not required. If you do attend, please create a good learning environment! Please opt-in to reduce distractions: Turn off cell phones Put away laptops Put away newspapers or other reading Stop side conversations
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LAST TIME: String instruments. TODAY: Resonance examples, wind instruments, sound propagation. NEXT TIME: Sound propagation. READ : Ch 4.3, 4.5 • Homework 4 due next TUESDAY. • Reading Question 5 due Thursday. • Help-room hours this week: – Today and Thursday after class – 3 pm – Thursday 11 am – noon • Email availability change: talk to me! Phys 1240: Sound and Music
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