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# Two loudspeakers are at opposite ends of a railroad car

## Problem 16.97 Chapter 16

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Problem 16.97

Two loudspeakers are at opposite ends of a railroad car asit moves past a stationary observer at 10.0 m/s, as shown inFig. 16-41. If the speakers have identical sound frequenciesof 348 Hz, what is the beat frequency heard by the observerwhen (a) he listens from the position A, in front of the car,(b) he is between the speakers, at B, and (c) he hears thespeakers after they have passed him, at C?FIGURE 16-41 97.

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