# Physics

One student generates a short, loud sound of wavelength 0.7576 m. Another student, who is 100 m away, hears the sound exactly 0.300 s later. What is the frequency of this sound?

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1. speed = 100/.3 = 333 m/s

.7576 = 333* T
T = .00227 seconds
f= 1/T = 440 Hz

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