How can we do it the other way

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In summary, the conversation is about finding the velocity of a bat using simple physics formulas without utilizing the Doppler effect or other phenomena. The person has attempted to use the equation t=1/f but has not made much progress. They are wondering if the equations for the Doppler effect or relative velocity can be used instead. They have also been asked if they have looked at the derivation of the Doppler formula.
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Homework Statement



I was thinking about the problem. There is a bat which is at rest and sends a sound of frequncy of 450 khz. another bat flying towards it hears it as a sound of frequency of 457 hz. i was trying to know the velocity of the second bat using simple physics formula or without using doppler's effect or other phenomena.

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i tried to do this by using t= 1/f but to say the truth didnt go any farther. and i don't have any idea about the relevancy. may the v=lambda *frequency and t=1/f will help.

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Did you look at the equations for the Doppler effect.
 
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Ya i have solved using doppler effect. i was thinking if it can be used using relative velocity phenomena.
 
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mikhailpavel said:
Ya i have solved using doppler effect. i was thinking if it can be used using relative velocity phenomena.

Have you looked at the derivation of the Doppler formula?
 

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