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If a source of sound waves is rapidly approaching a person, the sound heard by the person appears to have A. a frequency higher than the original frequency. B. a pitch lower than the original pitch. C. a period higher than the original period. D. an amplitude lower than the original amplitude.
If a source of sound waves is rapidly approaching a person, the sound heard by the person appears to have a frequency higher than the original frequency.
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