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Waves emitted from a moving source are perceived at a higher or lower frequency by a stationary observer.
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Doppler Effect Asymmetry
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An example is used to explain why the Doppler effect is different depending on if the source of the sound or the observer is moving.
SCI.PHY.556 (Doppler Effect - Physics)
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