The absolute temperature of air in a region increases linearly from to in a space of width .
The speed of sound at 273 K is .
is the velocity of the sound at temperature .
Let us find the temperature variation at a distance in the region.
Temperature variation is given by:
Evaluating this time:
Initial temperature = 280 K
Final temperature = 310 K
Space width d = 33 m
On substituting the respective values in the above equation, we get:
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