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Sound waves are very small-amplitude pressure pulses that

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Problem 26

Sound waves are very small-amplitude pressure pulses that travel at the speed of sound. Do very large-amplitude waves such as a blast wave caused by an explosion (see Video V11.8) travel less than, equal to, or greater than the speed of sound? Explain

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