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Posted by **Tom** on Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 9:56pm.

no idea how to do this. any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

- Physics -
**Anthony**, Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 6:53pmcalculate wavelength

l (wavelength)

V=fl l=341/496=0.6875m

min loudness (out of phase) L/2=0.3438m

using triangles,

b^2=x^2+2.07^2

(let x be the distance hillary walked and b the distance from the farther speaker to Hillary's present position facing the close speaker)

we now derive another equation to be able to solve

we know that delta d we just solved for is the difference in position of the speakers with reference to Hillary.

b-x= 0.3438......(2)

b^2-x^2=4.285....(1)

solving simultaneously, b=6.404m

x=6.060m

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