Physics – Sound 2 1. If you hear a higher pitch

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Physics – Sound 2 1. If you hear a higher pitch
Physics – Sound 2
1.
If you hear a higher pitch from a trumpet than from a saxophone, how do the frequencies
of the sound waves from the trumpet compare with those from the saxophone?
2.
Sound pulses emitted by a dolphin travel through 20° C ocean water at a rate of 1450
m/s. In 20° C air, these pulses would travel 342.9 m/s. How can you account for this
difference in speed?
3.
Opera singers have been known to set crystal goblets in vibration with their powerful
voices. In fact, an amplified human voice can shatter the glass, but only at certain
fundamental frequencies. Speculate about why only certain frequencies will break the
glass.
4.
The Doppler effect occurs when _____
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
a source of sound moves toward a listener.
a listener moves toward a source of sound.
a listener and a source of sound move away from each other.
a listener and a source of sound move toward each other.
All of the above.
5.
You are on a street corner and hear an ambulance siren. Without looking, how can you
tell when the ambulance passes by?
6.
Under what condition does resonance occur?