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Frequency of sound?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by an aspiring doctor, 05.14.14.

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  1. an aspiring doctor

    an aspiring doctor

    I know that the frequency of light never changes. Does the frequency of sound change? One of the AAMC questions was in regards to sound going through a wall. I chose an answer that said the frequency would decrease because the sound would be going to a medium with a higher index of refraction. The explanation said frequency and wavelength would remain the same. Would the velocity decrease?
    Last edited: 05.14.14
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