<quizbowl> ey kid ya want some shortbread
<EASTstroudsburg13> I don't know why, but I just can't bring myself to delete this post.
Technically, that is legal by draft rules, but your perfect pitch has to be absolutely perfect, because I think they can ask you to play any note within the required range and judge it for accuracy. Along the lines of what zyzzyva said, if you have months to prepare, why not build something that can consistently play notes in tune, without having to rely on someone's perfect pitch? Of course, if it's the week before competition and you have nothing to lose, go ahead.great idea: a kid with perfect pitch playing a kazoo.
At the competitions I have been at, percussion instruments were most common - chimes, xylophones, and there's always a couples of kids with a tray of glasses or test tubes filled with water to various heights.b/c alot of ppl make guitars or violins and they want a more variety
making a string instrument is alot easier than making drums
I had a start to this, but looking back it doesn't look correct. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could explain how to solve these types of problems.A jet plane is found to have a relative intensity upon takeoff of 110 dB. Calculate the intensity of the sound the jet makes. Ans. 0.10 W/m^2
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