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5. [Ans. M. in a line 4 cm long. Its velocity when passes through the centre of the line is 12 cm/sec. Find the time period. 7r [Ans. " Upto 19th century there was no consideration of sound effects in the halls, auditorium etc. All the buildings such as cinema halls, theatres etc. were found to have unsatisfactory sound means, as there was huge dearth of knowledge on accoustics. In the 19th century a scientist named C. Sabine faced similar problems and suggested ways to get better sound quality and effects in the halls, cinema halls, auditorium.
Ii) The Periodic vibrations of earth may prove fatal to tall building, whose structure by chance are of the same frequency as that of vibrations inside the earth. \30\ Applied Physics-II MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. Sound waves are examples of :(a) Longitudnal wave (c) Velocity (b) (d) Transverse wave None of these. 2. Which of the following is a transverse wave :(a) Sound wave (b) Electromagnetic wave (c) Medium (d) None of these. 3. The unit offrequency is (a) Newton (c) Hz 4. (b) (d) Watt Jaule.
The unit offrequency is (a) Newton (c) Hz 4. (b) (d) Watt Jaule. Relation between wavelength A, frequency n, and wave velocity v is v=A ( a) n (c) vA=l v (b) n A= (d) vA=n 5. What types of waves required material medium? (a) Sound wave (b) Light wave Current (d) None of these. (c) 6. Velocity of a light wave is 7. 8. (a) 332 m/sec. (b) 3x 10 8 m1sec. (c) 3 xl 0-8 m/sec. (d) -332 m/sec. (b) (d) 3 x 10-8 m/sec. -332 m/sec. Velocity of a sound wave is (a) 3x 108 m/sec. (c) 332 m/sec. Elastic waves in a solids are (a) Transverse (b) (c) Neither transverse nor longitudnal None of these.