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asked • 07/18/15

Physics: How fast would the car need to be going to have the change in frequency be one octave (frequency halved) difference?

At very fast car races the sound of the engine as a car approaches is much different than when it passes you.

How fast would the car need to be going to have the change in frequency be one octave (frequency halved) difference? (assume velocity of sound in air is 343 m/s)

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Kevin R. answered • 07/20/15

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