SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCE Exercise #2A sound wave generated by a vibrating tuni

SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCE Exercise #2A sound wave generated by a vibrating tuning fork (under
Refer to the waveform below: (amplitude in Volts (V) vs.
A sound wave generated by a vibrating tuning fork (under normal atmospheric conditions) has a wavelength of 1.27 meters. (recall that the propagation velocity (C) of sound is approximately 343 meters/second)
normal atmospheric conditions) has a frequency of 225 Hz.a. Determine the period of vibration _______________b. Determine the wavelength of this waveform ____________c. Describe this waveform and the type of vibration that results ______________________________________________time in milliseconds (ms)Determine the period of this waveform
_____________________b. Determine the frequency of this waveform ___________________c Determine the peak amplitude of this waveform _____________________d. Determine the peak-to-peak amplitude ______________________e. What is the wavelength of this waveform? ___________________ a. Determine the period of vibration ____________________ b. Determine the frequency of vibration _________________ c. Describe the type of vibration that results from striking a tuning fork. _______________________________________________________d. In the space below, draw the resulting waveform and amplitude spectrum. Be sure to label the axes and provide units where possible.please see attachment
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