A siren emits a frequency of 2,000 Hz. If an observer hears a frequency of 1,800 Hz, is the siren moving toward or away from him?
A siren emits a frequency of 2,000 Hz. If an observer hears a frequency of 1,800...
A siren, attached to a parked car, emits a sound with frequency 960 Hz. You are driving in your car, either straight towards or straight away from the parked car, and hear a frequency of 1069 Hz. Are you moving towards or away from the car? towards away How fast must you be moving? (Give your answer rounded to two sigfigs.)40
A motorcyclist is moving 24.5 m/s towards a stationary siren, and hears a 894 Hz sound. What is the frequency of the siren when the cyclist is stationary? A motorcyclist is moving 24.5 m/s toward a stationary siren, and hears an 894 Hz sound. What is the frequency of the siren when the cyclist is stationary? (Hint: 894 Hz is the Doppler-shifted frequency.) (Speed of sound 343 m/s) (Unit Hz) nter
bystander hears a siren vary in frequency from 574 Hz to 358 Hz as a fire truck approaches, passes by, and moves away on a straight street. What is the speed of the truck? (Take the speed of sound in air to be 343 m/s.)
1. A bystander hears a siren vary in frequency from 578 Hz to 390 Hz as a fire truck approaches, passes by, and moves away on a straight street. What is the speed of the truck? (Take the speed of sound in air to be 343 m/s.)
3. An ambulance is moving with a certain speed v and sounding its siren with a frequency f. A stationary observer hears a frequency of 372 Hz as the ambulance approaches him and a frequency of 338 Hz as the ambulance moves away from him. If the temperature of air is 30°C, what is the speed of the ambulance?
019: A source emits sound with a frequency of 1000 Hz. An observer is moving at 160 m/s toward the source, which is stationary. The speed of sound is 340 m/s. The frequency heard by the observers is:
9. An ambulance truck emits a sound with a frequency of 800 Hz. (the speed of sound in air at 20 Celsius is 343 m/s). (a) What is the frequency detected by a stationary observer if the ambulance truck moving 30 m/s toward the observer? (b) What frequency will b detected if the ambulance is moving 30 m/s away from the observer?
A bystander hears a siren vary in frequency from 550 Hz to 364 Hz as a fire truck approaches, passes by, and moves away on a straight street. What is the speed of the truck? (Take the speed of sound in air to be 343 m/s.) m/s b. A trailer truck traveling east at 20.0 m/s sounds a 800 Hz horn. What is the wavelength of the sound heard by a stationary listener located west of the truck? (The speed...
A stationary ambulance has stopped at an intersection. The ambulance's siren emits a 628-Hz sound but the driver of a car moving away from the ambulance hears a 595-Hz sound. What is the speed of the car? More than 16 m/s. Between 10 m/s and 12 m/s. Between 12 m/s and 14 m/s. Less than 8 m/s. Between 14 m/s and 16 m/s.
The siren of a fire truck at rest emits at a predominant frequency of 1950 Hz. What frequency will you hear if you are at rest and the fire truck car moves at 20.5 m/s (a) toward you? The temperature of that day is 20°C so use Vsound 343 m/s. Please submit your answer with the correct number of significant figures and the corresponding units