Question

At which temperature will the velocity of sound at 27oC become double?

Solution

Correct option is

927oC

 

The velocity of sound is proportional to the square root of absolute temperature. Therefore 

                          

  

which gives   t2 = 927oC.

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Q2

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Q4

 

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Q6

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Q7

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Q8

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Q9

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Q10

 

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