Hey everyone, I'd really appreciate it if someone could help me with my homework, because I have no idea how to do it, well, here it is... Your teacher gives you two speakers that are in phase and are emitting the same frequency of sound, which is between 5000 and 10,000 Hz. She asks you to determine this frequency more precisely. She does not have a frequency or wavelength meter in thel ab, so she asks you to design an interference experiment to determine the frequency. The speed of sound is 340 m/s at the temperature of the lab room. a) From list below, selection additional equipment you'll need for your experiment: speaker stand, meterstick, ruler, tape measure, stop watch, sound-level meter (don't know what that does) b) describe how the experiment would be set up c) briefly outline the procedure that you would use to make the needed measurements d) using equations, show explicitly how you would use your measurements to calculate the frequency of the sound produced by the speakers What I'm thinking is to have speaker 1 in position A, and move back speaker 2 x meter such that the two speakers' sound waves are destructive... but not sure if that's right. Thanks for looking and helping!