Physics

posted by .

A piano emits frequencies that range from a
Hz.
Find the maximum wavelength in air attained by this instrument when the speed of
sound in air is 336 m/s.

• Physics -

max wavelength is at low freq

28*wavelength=336
solve for wavelenght in meters.

Similar Questions

1. physics

A sound wave travels in air at a frequency of 500 Hz. If part of the wave travels from air into water, does its frequency change?
2. Physics - Sound

A sound wave travels in air at a frequency of 500 Hz. If part of the wave travels from air into water, does its frequency change?
3. physics

A ship mapping the depth of the ocean emits a sound of 37 kHz. The sound travels to the ocean floor and returns 0.65 s later. (a) How deep is the water at that location?
4. Physics

A ship mapping the depth of the ocean emits a sound of 37 kHz. The sound travels to the ocean floor and returns 0.65 s later. (a) How deep is the water at that location?

A ship mapping the depth of the ocean emits a sound of 37 kHz. The sound travels to the ocean floor and returns 0.65 s later. (a) How deep is the water at that location?
6. physics

A ship mapping the depth of the ocean emits a sound of 37 kHz. The sound travels to the ocean floor and returns 0.65 s later. (a) How deep is the water at that location?
7. Physics

A bat emits a sound whose frequency is 83.2 kHz. The speed of sound in air at 20.0 oC is 343 m/s. However, the air temperature is 40.5 oC, so the speed of sound is not 343 m/s. Assume that air behaves like an ideal gas, and find the …
8. physics

A bat emits a sound whose frequency is 83.6 kHz. The speed of sound in air at 20.0 oC is 343 m/s. However, the air temperature is 36.0 oC, so the speed of sound is not 343 m/s. Assume that air behaves like an ideal gas, and find the …
9. Physics

In this section assume the sound speed in air is 343 m/s. A goose flying toward you at 12.6m/s emits a squawk, which you hear at 258Hz . A)Find the wavelength of the sound you hear B)Find the wavelength of the sound you hear if the …
10. physcial science

What are the wavelength limits of the audible range of the sound spectrum?

More Similar Questions