If you're driving toward the sun late in the afternoon, you can reduce the glare from the road by wearing sunglasses that permit only the passage of light that's A. polarized in a vertical plane. B. dispersed in a vertical plane. C. polarized in a horizontal plane. D. dispersed in a spherical plane.
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If 20 beats are produced within one second, which of the following frequencies could possibly be held by two sound waves traveling through a medium along a common path at the same time? A. 38 Hz and 63 Hz B. 18 Hz and 26 Hz C. 47 Hz and 55 Hz D. 22 Hz and 42 Hz
Updated 274 days ago|2/27/2020 12:03:29 AM
If 20 beats are produced within one second the frequencies that could possibly be held by two sound waves traveling through a medium along a common pants at the same time are 22 hz and 42 hz.
Added 274 days ago|2/27/2020 12:03:29 AM
When a tuning fork vibrates over an open pipe and the air in the pipe starts to vibrate, the vibrations in the tube are caused by A. resonance. B. harmonics. C. beats. D. reinforcement.
Weegy: When a tuning fork vibrates over an open pipe and the air in the pipe starts to vibrate, the vibrations in the tube are caused by resonance. User: Sound waves can't travel through A. a solid. B. a liquid. C. an elastic material. D. a vacuum. Weegy: Sound waves can't travel through a vacuum. User: Imagine that you're standing in a large room when a loud noise is made. You begin hearing a series of echoes. Which characteristic of sound best explains what just happened? A. Diffraction B. Reverberation C. Focusing D. Diffusion Weegy: Imagine that you're standing in a large room when a loud noise is made. You begin hearing a series of echoes. The characteristic of sound that best explains what just happened is: Reverberation. User: The wavelength of a wave is the distance between A. the rarefaction and the following compression. B. the crest and the following trough. C. the amplitude and the normal position. D. two consecutive crests. Weegy: The wavelength of a wave is the distance between two consecutive crests. User: In a stringed musical instrument, the sound frequency of a particular string can be increased by A. lengthening the string. B. increasing the string's thickness. C. tightening the string. D. loosening the string. Weegy: In a stringed musical instrument, the sound frequency of a particular string can be increased by TIGHTENING THE STRING. User: Which of the following would not be taken into consideration when describing the quality of a sound? A. The frequency of the overtones in the sound B. The number of the overtones in the sound C. The source producing the overtones in the sound D. The intensity of the overtones in the sound (More)
Updated 6/27/2019 8:27:12 AM
The source producing the overtones in the sound, would not be taken into consideration when describing the quality of a sound.
Which of the following statements incorrectly describes a scenario where the source of the sound waves and the person hearing the sound are remaining stationary? A. The frequency of the sound waves will remain the same to the listener. B. The frequency of the sound waves is not altering as a result of the distance between the sound source and the listener. C. The frequency of the sound waves is not affected by the nature of the medium. D. The frequency of the sound waves will ...
Updated 7/8/2019 2:18:16 AM
The following statement incorrectly describes a scenario where the source of the sound waves and the person hearing the sound are remaining stationary: The frequency of the sound waves will change for the listener as a result of the Doppler effect.
In which of the following cases would sound reach each ear out of phase? A. You are standing directly behind the sound source. B. You are standing directly to the right of the sound source. C. You are standing directly below the sound source. D. You are standing directly in front of the sound source.
Updated 6/27/2019 8:26:09 AM
If you are standing directly to the right of the sound source, sound would reach each ear out of phase.
Confirmed by matahari [6/27/2019 9:55:01 AM]
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