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Correct option is

960 Hz

Given, us = 200 ms–1v = 300 ms–1 and V = 400 Hz. The apparent frequency when the source of sound approaches the stationary observer is given by The apparent frequency when the source flies past him is     #### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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