# Study Guides for Physics at University of Regina (UREGINA)

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## Standing Waves 2 equations for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and nth harmonics: equations for wavelength and frequency An example using the equations for harmonics: finding the harmonic when given speed of sound, and length

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## Sound Example 2 Another example dealing with Sound Intensity Level, but now involving power: conversion process -- starting S.I.L to 1st Intensity to Power to 2nd Intensity to final S.I.L An example of sound dealing with the S.I.L and power of a human vo

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## Sound Example 3 and Standing Waves 1 An example of sound dealing with the equations for constructive or destructive interference: finding min. frequency that will produce a loud noise at a point P that is perpendicular to 2 speakers The start of standing

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## Sound 4 Constructive and Destructive interference of sound waves; what they produce; their equations An example of sound having to find whether the sound at a point is constructive or destructive sound (loud or quiet)

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## Waves 2 An example dealing with waves: finding speed of a wave traveling through down a rope; finding the time it takes for a pulse to travel from the wall to the pulley Constructive and Destructive interference

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## Sound 3 A clicker question talking about the properties of a sound wave that change when passing from one medium into another The same example as in the previous note (Sound 2) but with added tension into the rods: finding the time it takes a pulse to tr

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## Simple Harmonic Motion Examples 4 continuation of the last example from the previous note (SHM Examples 3)

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