The frequency of the sound , Physics

A source producing sound at frequency 400 Hz is moving along the Y axis with a speed of 22 metre per second. A listener is situated at position (660m,0). Find the frequency of the sound received by the listener at the instant the source crosses the origin. Speed of sound in air=33 metre per second.

 

 

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