Noise-cancelling headphones are headphones that reduce unwanted ambient sounds using active noise control. This is distinct from passive headphones which, if they reduce ambient sounds at all, use techniques such as soundproofing.
Noise cancellation makes it possible to listen to audio content without raising the volume excessively. It can also help a passenger sleep in a noisy vehicle such as an airliner. In the aviation environment, noise-cancelling headphones increase the signal-to-noise ratio significantly more than passive noise attenuating headphones or no headphones, making hearing important information such as safety announcements easier. Noise-cancelling headphones can improve listening enough to completely offset the effect of a distracting concurrent activity.
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Let's say we have, in general an expression:
$$ \int f(x) g(x) dx $$
But in through some machinations, we have, for parameter ##a##,
$$ \int f(x) g(x) dx = \int f(x) g(a) dx $$
...can we conclude that ## g(x) = g(a) ## ????
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I am struggling to find out what exactly makes to have very little advantage in terms of cold stopping distance when you fit larger brakes on a car.
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In Paul Nahin's book Inside Interesting Integrals, on pg. 113, he writes the following line (actually he wrote a more complicated function inside the integral where I have simply written f(x))...
## \int_0^\phi \frac {d} {dx} f(x) dx =...
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A wave is traveling to the right shown in the first picture. Which wave traveling to the left will momentarily cancel out the original wave moving to the right?
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There are no equations, this problem is visual
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It seems the...
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A billiard ball moving at 2 m/s collides (0 degrees) with another of the same weight and at rest, in a perfectly elastic collision. Demonstrate with equations why the balls trade velocities.
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In the provided explanation, I can...
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In a hypothetical 3D space, with no boundaries around, homogeneous normal conditions, what would happen to the advancement of a planar wave front produced at t=0 with 2cycles in length, λ=3.5m, moving with vector speed "c-arrow=1i-arrow" if an identical planar wave of 2cycles in...
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This is the simplest problem you would ever get.
##\frac{-fu}{s-f}=\frac{fu}{-s+f}##
This is true.
So the signs can be cancelled.What are the rules for doing that?
I guess I was not listening to the teacher when I first learned algebra.
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This is an instant idea that I got right after i read an article about noise. Do you think it is possible to make an noise cancelling headphones by using the LM741. Except, i won't be amplifying the signal from the inputs (i can if choose to by just adjusting the varistor) but by using this op...
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If there is a fixed noise like a faucet running, and I sit in a deskchair at a fixed location in an adjacent room, do you think it would be possible the build a program for either the desktop speaker (also fixed), or another computer somewhere else in the room which would cancel out...
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An example problem I am reading is about the electric field of a uniform ring of charge.
I attached the diagram provided in the problem.
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A researcher would like to perform an experiment in a zero magnetic field, which means that the field of the Earth must be cancelled. Suppose the experiment is done inside a solenoid of diameter 1.0{\rm m} , length 5.0{\rm m} , with a total of 9000 turns of wire. The...
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I have a hard time understanding why ln (x) and e cancel out, when, for example, we have something like: eln(2x+3)
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Could anyone help me please?
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In some places in physics like proving the wave equation,we see that the physicist divides the equation by dx or \partial x or maybe cancels some of them and then says with a smile:You shouldn't tell a mathematician!
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so
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Expand Using Partial Fractions:
f(x) = ( 5x-10 )/ ( (x+1)(x-4) )
Involves Integrating afterwards but I don't think this affects my method.Homework Equations
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Hi I have a HV (R2) resistor that I want to test for noise. Assuming the 2 low voltage resistors are perfectly stable and HV R1 is also perfectly stable. How could I completely cancel out the noise of the power supply if the bridge was slightly unbalanced? Does any circuit exist that can do this?
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i'm confused at to how my textbook has done the following cancelling :S. hope you can clear things up for me :D
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I need to know how to cancel terms in the equation Ve = sqrt 2(6.6742 x 10^-11 N m^2 / kg^2 (12.1kg))/0.106780959m
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Do cancelling rules work for vectors? For example, if you had
A\vec{x} = B\vec{x}
could you cancel out the x's and be left with A = B? Is that legal?
edit: A and B are matrices. Does this make a difference?
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