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Two identical loud speakers placed at A and B 2m apart produce sound waves of frequency 440 HZ and with a velocity 320 m/sec a small microphone was used and placed at C along a perpendicular line from AB if there will be a destructive interference at C find the length of BC, please break the answer down for me and explain it in details,

2. Relevant equations

i guess v=f x wave length

path difference (m+0.5)wavelength

3. The attempt at a solution

I'll start by getting the wave length = velocity/frequency = 320/440= 8/11 but then what ? i don't see any way that could led me to length of BC

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# Sound wave interference destructive interference problem?

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