A3_2 If a Tree Falls...

Laura Flood, Katie Holland, Thomas Leversha, Max Manley


In this paper we are investigating the distances a person can be away from a tree to still be able
to hear it fall. We have calculated that the furthest away a listener can be, with no noise from
the surrounding area, to still be able to hear a tree fall is approximately 1000km and the furthest
distance they can stand and still hear the noise in a city with traffic is 100m.

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