What Does the Speed of Sound Depend on?


The speed of sound depends on a great many things. First of all, the distance that the sound has to travel has a great impact. The speed of sound also depends on the material it is traveling through.
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The speed of sound varies depending on the temperature, pressure, and density of the medium through which the sound waves travel. For dry air at sea level at 68° F, the speed of sound is 767 miles per hour, or 1235 km/h
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