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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.

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The speed of sound varies slightly with temperature, but at constant temperature, the distance sound travels increases linearly with time according to the equation, D = Vt, where D is the distance traveled (in meters), V is the speed of sound (in m/s), and t is the time in seconds. In this experiment, the time for the report of a firecracker to travel specific round trip distances will be measured as a test of the above formula. Hypothesis: The distance sound travels is linear in time, according to D = Vt, and the velocity is well approximated by accounting for temperature.
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