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If he continous to walk along the same line how many more maxima can he hear
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The angle at which he will hear maximum intensity for first time?
Two speakers S_{1} & S_{2} driven by the same amplifiers are placed at y=1m and y=1m. The speakers vibrate in phase at 600 Hz. A man stands at a point on xaxis at a very large distance form the origin and starts moving parallel to yaxis. The speed of sound in air is 330 m/s
The angle at which he will hear maximum intensity for first time?
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The angle at which intensity of sound drop to a minimum for the first time
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The angle at which intensity of sound drop to a minimum for the first time
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