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# When both source and listener move in the same direction with a velocity equal to half the velocity of sound the change in frequency of the sound as detected by the listener is?

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If there is no relative velocity between source and listener, there will be no change in frequency. Wiki User

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Q: When both source and listener move in the same direction with a velocity equal to half the velocity of sound the change in frequency of the sound as detected by the listener is?
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