Doppler effect

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A train (source) approaching a stationery observer, wavelength of the sound is equal to the distance between source and observer, How?
 

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Doc Al
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A train (source) approaching a stationery observer, wavelength of the sound is equal to the distance between source and observer, How?
How about explaining what you're talking about? Does this have anything to do with relativity?
 
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Wavelengths of audible sound are a few meters or less. I wouldn't want to be that close to an approaching train! :eek:
 

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