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Please kindly assist me on question 2. Also can you explain why question one i1/i2 corresponds a factor of 100? Thanks


PHY215 Sec 123 Extra Credit (Spring 2016)

 

Science Department, Professor Chiaki Yanagisawa

 

Name_______________________________________

 

Solve up to 5 problems. Submit your answers and solutions on Tuesday, May 3 in the class. No

 

delayed submission will be accepted.

 

1. Sound waves are produced by a point source. Smart students from BMCC decide to measure the

 

intensity of the sound waves at a distance 200 m from the sound source. They measure that the

 

intensity is 100 dB. Now they want to find a location where a person can tolerate the sound intensity

 

of 80 dB. Find the distance to that point from the sound source in m. (1 point)

 


 

2. While standing at a point on the roadside shoulder, a police car chasing a speeder was approaching

 

you. At that moment you hear the siren of the police car at a frequency of 560 Hz. When the police

 

car passes, the frequency of the siren changes to 480 Hz. What was the speed of the police car in m/s

 

if you assume that the speed of sound is 360 m/s? (1 point)

 


 

3. You approach with a vibrating tuning fork above a resonating tube (one end closed) that is filled with

 

water at a certain level. The tuning fork resonates when a height of air column is 0.150 m and again

 

0.450 m. What is the frequency in Hz of the fork when the speed of sound is taken to be 340 m/s? (1

 

point)

 


 

4. You are performing an experiment on waves on a copper wire that is taut with fixed ends under

 

appropriate tension of 1,260 N. If the diameter of the wire is 1.50 mm and its density is 8.93 g/cm3,

 

what is the speed of the waves traveling on the wire in m/s? (1 point)

 


 

5. A string of length L = 2.0 m is held with both ends fixed. Now it is vibrating with a frequency 120 Hz

 

by an external source, and the vibration creates a standing wave with three nodes including the both

 

ends. What is the natural fundamental frequency of the string in Hz? (1 point)

 


 

 


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