1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data For large concerts, loudspeakers are sometimes used to amplify a singer's sound. The human brain interprets sounds that arrive within 50 ms of the original sound as if they came from the same source. Thus if the sound from a loudspeaker reaches a listener first, it would sound as if the loudspeaker is the source of the sound. Conversely, if the singer is heard first and the loudspeaker adds to the sound within 50 ms, the sound would seem to come from the singer, who would now seem to be singing louder. The second situation is desired. Because the signal to the loudspeaker travels at the speed of light 3×108m/s , which is much faster than the speed of sound, a delay is added to the signal sent to the loudspeaker. How much delay must be added if the loudspeaker is 5.0m behind the singer and we want its sound to arrive 30 ms after the singer's? 2. Relevant equations D = v/t 3. The attempt at a solution I am having a hard time figuring out what to do for this problem. I haven't made much progress. If i choose an arbitrary point, the sound from the singer travels a distance d to that point in time t. The sound from the speaker travels distance d + 5m in time t + 30 ms. This doesn't seem like useful information though. Can someone please help me get started?