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7. On a given day, the speed of sound in air is 3434m/s. As an emergency vehicle approaches you, you
hear a tone that is 1200Hz. That type of emergency vehicle has a siren that emits a tone that is 1050Hz.
(a) What is the speed of the vehicle? (b) As it drives away from you, what tone do you hear?

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