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Feb 28

To calculate the speed of the ball, we need to know the wavelength of the sound wave produced by the ball.

The formula to calculate the speed of a wave is:

Speed = Frequency x Wavelength

Given that the difference in frequency is 3200 Hz, we can assume that the original frequency of the sound wave produced by the ball is f, and the new frequency is f + 3200 Hz.

Let's assume the speed of sound in air is 343 m/s.

Using the formula above, we can write two equations:

Speed = f x Wavelength

Speed = (f + 3200) x Wavelength

Since the speed of sound is constant, we can set the two equations equal to each other:

f x Wavelength = (f + 3200) x Wavelength

Solving for f, we get:

f = f + 3200

3200 = 0

This is not possible, so there seems to be an error in the information provided. Please double-check the values and provide the correct information so we can calculate the speed of the ball accurately.

The formula to calculate the speed of a wave is:

Speed = Frequency x Wavelength

Given that the difference in frequency is 3200 Hz, we can assume that the original frequency of the sound wave produced by the ball is f, and the new frequency is f + 3200 Hz.

Let's assume the speed of sound in air is 343 m/s.

Using the formula above, we can write two equations:

Speed = f x Wavelength

Speed = (f + 3200) x Wavelength

Since the speed of sound is constant, we can set the two equations equal to each other:

f x Wavelength = (f + 3200) x Wavelength

Solving for f, we get:

f = f + 3200

3200 = 0

This is not possible, so there seems to be an error in the information provided. Please double-check the values and provide the correct information so we can calculate the speed of the ball accurately.