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mayankdevnani
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An echo repeats two syllables.If the velocity of sound is 330 m/s , then the distance of the reflecting surface is
a) 66.0 m
b) 33.0 m
c) 99.0 m
d) 16.5 m
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mayankdevnani Group Title
An echo repeats two syllables.If the velocity of sound is 330 m/s , then the distance of the reflecting surface is a) 66.0 m b) 33.0 m c) 99.0 m d) 16.5 m
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@amistre64 @TuringTest @hartnn @ganeshie8 @ghazi @theyatin
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i am not sure about this , but possibly its 66 m
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yaa its right!!!
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how do you do this? @ghazi
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@mayankdevnani
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no answer is wrong it gets 16.5m @theyatin
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oops then i must sleep. . .
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oh!!!! koi baat nahi
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this will help you http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120713012737AAWgHSc
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can you explain the concept of syllable??
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i don't know what is syllable??
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well its very tough i see it as if minimum frequency gets us time t=0.05s minimum and as we have 2 syllables 0.05*2=0.1 ( as i have studied in link given by gazi) so the distance must be velocity* time=33meter but to strike wall and come back it becomes 66 as total. . . but here question is asking for the distance of surface so i am not quite sure. . .
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@henpen
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im assuming the question is saying that you hear your echo 2 times
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You need the time between the 2 sounds
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dw:1352738321407:dw
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yey!!! that justifies my answer 16.5m which when multiplied by 4 gets an answer of 66m again explaining it. . . we can hear minimum 20hz that leads to T=0.05sec and thus the distance leads to velocity * time = 330 * 0.05=16.5 thus when multilied by 4 gets 66m. . .
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why we multiplied it by 4 @theyatin @amistre64 @henpen
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the distance traveled between the "wall" and the source is quadrupled in order to hear the echo twice, as i pictured it up. assuming that im reading the question correctly to begin with
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oh!!! i see
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imagine you and a friend throwing a ball back and forth; how far does the ball travel relative to your positions if you catch it 2 times and throw it 2 times?
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i think 4 times. right
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thnx... @amistre64
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hope its the right concept ;) good luck
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what is syllables???
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im thinking that it pertains to the rebound that you hear. and not really referencing words perse
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oh!!!
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if you stand in an echoy place and give a brisk woot!! you can hear how many times it echos back at you
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one of them old dead scientist guys used a long hallway that he knew the length of in order to estimate the speed of sound that way
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