 16.1DQ: When sound travels from air into water, does the frequency of the w...
 16.1E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.2DQ: The hero of a western movie listens for an oncoming train by puttin...
 16.2E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.3DQ: Would you expect the pitch (or frequency) of an organ pipe to incre...
 16.3E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.4DQ: In most modern wind instruments the pitch is changed by using keys ...
 16.4E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.5DQ: Symphonic musicians always “warm up” their wind instruments by blow...
 16.5E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.6DQ: In a popular and amusing science demonstration, a person inhales he...
 16.6E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.7DQ: Lane dividers on highways sometimes have regularly spaced ridges or...
 16.7E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.8DQ: The tone quality of an acoustic guitar is different when the string...
 16.8E: At a temperature of 27.0°what is the speed of longitudinal waves in...
 16.9DQ: Which has a more direct influence on the loudness of a sound wave: ...
 16.9E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.10DQ: If the pressure amplitude of a sound wave is halved, by what factor...
 16.10E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.11DQ: Does the sound intensity level ? obey the inversesquare law? Why?
 16.11E: An 80.0mlong brass rod is struck at one end. A person at the othe...
 16.12DQ: A small fraction of the energy in a sound wave is absorbed by the a...
 16.12E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.13DQ: A wire under tension and vibrating in its first overtone produces s...
 16.13E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.14DQ: A small metal band is slipped onto one of the tines of a tuning for...
 16.14E: Use information from Table 16.2 to answer the following questions a...
 16.15DQ: An organist in a cathedral plays a loud chord and then releases the...
 16.15E: Longitudinal Waves in Different Fluids. (a) A longitudinal wave pro...
 16.16DQ: Two vibrating tuning forks have identical frequencies, but one is s...
 16.16E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.17DQ: A large church has part of the organ in the front of the church and...
 16.17E: A sound wave in air at 20°C has a frequency of 150 Hz and a displac...
 16.18DQ: A sound source and a listener are both at rest on the earth, but a ...
 16.18E: indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be v = 344...
 16.19DQ: Can you think of circumstances in which a Doppler effect would be o...
 16.19E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.20DQ: Stars other than our sun normally appear featureless when viewed th...
 16.20E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.21DQ: If you wait at a railroad crossing as a train approaches and passes...
 16.21E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.22DQ: In case 1, a source of sound approaches a stationary observer at sp...
 16.22E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.23DQ: Does an aircraft make a sonic boom only at the instant its speed ex...
 16.23E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.24DQ: If you are riding in a supersonic aircraft, what do you hear? Expla...
 16.24E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.25DQ: A jet airplane is flying at a constant altitude at a steady speed v...
 16.25E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.26E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.27E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.28E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.29E: A certain pipe produces a fundamental frequency of 262 Hz in air. (...
 16.30E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.31E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.32E: You have a stopped pipe of adjustable length close to a taut 85.0c...
 16.33E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.34E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.35E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.36E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.37E: Two loudspeakers, ?A and ?B?, are driven by the same amplifier and ...
 16.38E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.39E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.40E: Two guitarists attempt to play the same note of wavelength 6.50 cm...
 16.41E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.42E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.43E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.44E: In Example 16.18 (Section 16.8), suppose the police car is moving a...
 16.45E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.46E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.47E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.48E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.49E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.50E: A railroad train is traveling at 30.0 m/s in still air. The frequen...
 16.51E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.52E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.53E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.54E: Extrasolar planets?. In the nottoodistant future, it should be po...
 16.55E: A jet plane flies overhead at Mach 1.70 and at a constant altitude ...
 16.56E: Unless indicated otherwise, assume the speed of sound in air to be ...
 16.57P: Two identical taut strings under the same tension ?F produce a note...
 16.58P: CALC ?(a) Defend the following statement: “In a sinusoidal sound wa...
 16.59P: A soprano and a bass are singing a duet. While the soprano sings an...
 16.60P: CP The sound from a trumpet radiates uniformly in all directions in...
 16.61P: A Thermometer?. Suppose you have a tube of length L containing a ga...
 16.62P: CP A uniform 165N bar is supported horizontally by two identical w...
 16.63P: CP A person is playing a small flute 10.75 cm long, open at one end...
 16.64P: ?A New Musical Instrument. You have designed a new musical instrume...
 16.65P: An organ pipe has two successive harmonics with frequencies 1372 an...
 16.66P: Longitudinal Standing Waves in a Solid. ?Longitudinal standing wave...
 16.67P: A long tube contains air at a pressure of 1.00 atm and a temperatur...
 16.68P: The frequency of the note F4 is 349 Hz. (a) If an organ pipe is ope...
 16.69P: A standing wave with a frequency of 1100 Hz in a column of methane ...
 16.70P: Two identical loudspeakers are located at points A and B, 2.00 m ap...
 16.71P: Wagnerian Opera?. A man marries a great Wagnerian soprano but, alas...
 16.72P: A bat flies toward a wall, emitting a steady sound of frequency 1.7...
 16.73P: A person leaning over a 125mdeep well accidentally drops a siren ...
 16.74P: BIO Ultrasound in Medicine. ?A 2.00MHz sound wave travels through ...
 16.75P: The sound source of a ship’s sonar system operates at a frequency o...
 16.76P: CP A police siren of frequency fsiren is attached to a vibrating pl...
 16.77P: BIO Horseshoe bats (genus ?Rhinolophus?) emit sounds from their nos...
 16.78P: (a)Show that Eq. (16.30) can be written as Use the binomial theorem...
 16.79P: Supernova! ?The gas cloud known as the Crab Nebula can be seen with...
 16.80P: CP A turntable 1.50 m in diameter rotates at 75 rpm. Two speakers, ...
 16.81P: A woman stands at rest in front of a large, smooth wall. She holds ...
 16.82P: On a clear day you see a jet plane flying overhead. From the appare...
 16.83CP: CALC Figure P16.75 shows the pressure fluctuation p of a non sinuso...
 16.84CP: CP ?Longitudinal Waves on a Spring. A long spring such as a Slinky™...
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parallel

any symbol
average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
Celsius degree

°F
Fahrenheit degree