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You are at a concert and you are located 97.5-m from the speakers. The frequency belting from the speakers are 216-Hz, if it takes 0.181-sec for the sound to reach your location what is the speed of sound in this facility?

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speed = distance/time = 97.5m/.181s = 538.67m/s

The frequency does not matter.

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