Geometrical laws for sound wave reflection are similar to those of light waves. However, the average wavelength of sound is approximately 100 000 times the average wavelength of light.
If a person is in front of a smooth surface from which a sound is reflected, the person would hear a sound that
A. seems to lack overtones.
B. seems to come from behind the surface.
C. has a higher intensity than the sound produced by the source.
D. has a higher pitch than the sound produced by the source.
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