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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305952300
Textbook Problem

The acoustical system shown in Figure P14.38 is driven by a speaker emitting sound of frequency 756 Hz. (a) If constructive interference occurs at a particular instant, by what minimum amount should the path length in the upper U-shaped tube be increased so that destructive interference occurs instead? (b) What minimum increase in the original length of the upper tube will again result in constructive interference?

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Figure P14.38

(a)

To determine
The increase in distance of path length through the upper arm to produced destructive interference.

Explanation

Given Info: Frequency of the sound from the speaker is 756Hz.

Formula for wavelength,

λ=vf

  • v is the velocity of the sound,
  • f is the frequency of sound emitted from horn,

The speed of sound is 343m/s.

Substitute 343m/s for v and 756Hz for f in the above expression to get λ

λ=343m/s756Hz=0

(b)

To determine
The minimum increase in the original length of the upper tube will again result in constructive interference.

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