1. As temperature increases ,the speed of the sound increases.
2. 340 m/s
v = 331 m/s + 0.6 (38˚C)
v = 331 m/s + 0.6 (31˚C)
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so if no calculations is needed... the explanation to this is that when there is heat in a medium and it increases, sound can travel faster in that medium
a medium with much heat has so much energy the vibration of that medium intensifies and therefor sound can travel faster on it
Speed of sound and temperature
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1.as temperature increases, the speed of sound increases.
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speed of sound in m/s 325 334 322 332 321
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