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60T )m/s At average room temperature of 20° C, the speed of sound is close to 343 meters per second. logarithmic scale a scale in which the distances that numbers are positioned, from a reference point, are proportional to their logarithms Frequency and Pitch. Sounds can have different frequencies. The frequency of the sound is the number of times the object vibrates per second. Frequency is measured in vibrations per second, or hertz (Hz). One Hz is one vibration per second. We perceive different frequencies of sound as different pitches; as a consequence, the higher the frequency, the higher the pitch.

The speed of sound increases with temperature and humidity. The speed of sound in air is related to many important thermodynamic properties of air. Since the speed of sound in air measures how fast a wave of pressure will move through air, anything that depends on air pressure will be expected to behave differently near the speed of sound. This characteristic caused designers of high-speed aircraft many problems. ” The speed of sound changes with temperature. 6 meters per second (m/s) for each Celsius degree rise in temperature (T ).

Modern Geometries: Non-Euclidean, Projective, and Discrete, 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2001. Koestler, Arthur. The Watershed. New York: Anchor Books, 1960. Smart, James R. Modern Geometries, 4th ed. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1994. , Lucy-Ann McFadden, and Torrence V. Johnson, eds. Encyclopedia of the Solar System. New York: Academic Press, 1999. Solid Waste, Measuring We usually know where things come from. The food we buy comes from farms, practically everything else we own comes from factories, and the raw materials to make them come from mines and forests.