Two speakers are located 0.35 m apart, with the first speaker 0.82 m directly away from Sally as shown in the figure. S. - X S. (a) Determine the lowest frequency that will result in destructive interference at Sally's location (indicated by X in the figure) if the two speakers are in phase. Use 343 m/s for the speed of sound. Hz (b) Given that the phase difference is related to the path difference by the equation |(Ax), determine the lowest frequency that will result in destructive interference at Sally's location if the two speakers have a phase difference of T. Hz

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Two speakers are located 0.35 m apart, with the first speaker 0.82 m directly away from Sally as shown in the figure. S. - X S. (a) Determine the lowest frequency that will result in destructive interference at Sally's location (indicated by X in the figure) if the two speakers are in phase. Use 343 m/s for the speed of sound. Hz (b) Given that the phase difference is related to the path difference by the equation |(Ax), determine the lowest frequency that will result in destructive interference at Sally's location if the two speakers have a phase difference of T. Hz