1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A train approaches, and passes through, a station. During this period the velocity of the train is constant and the engine is continuously sounding its whistle. Which one of the following correctly describes what an oberver on the platform will hear? Sound heard as the train is approaching the station and sound hear as the train is passing through the station. 2. Relevant equations N/A 3. The attempt at a solution Well, my solution was that, given that the percieved velocity of the source is vscos(theta) it follows that fp = f0vw/(vw - vscos(theta)). Hence, the frequency should be decreasing as the train approaches the station since theta -> 90. Additionally I thought that the frequency should be decreasing as the train passes through the station since the expression in the denominator becomes vw + vscos(theta) and theta < 90. However, this is not one of the answers supplied with the problem. Would someone mind pointing out where the flaw in my logic is? Thanks.