Sound waves are longitudinal waves and consists of compression and rarefaction.
A siren has 16 holes and is making 960 revolutions per minute. The frequency of the sound produced by the siren is:
The total number of compressions and rarefactions produced per second in a sound wave is 50. The frequency of the sound wave is ___.
Which of the following terms apply to sound waves in air and which to water waves ?
Transverse, Rarefaction, Trough, Crest, Compression, Longitudinal
Choose the Most appropriate answer.
In a tube when a sound wave is created, compression and rarefaction pulses are produced. The rarefaction pulse has pressure.