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A parked car is honking its horn loudly. You see your friend standing still next to the honking car. You ride your bike quickly towards your friend and the honking car. Which of the following best des

A parked car is honking its horn loudly. You see your friend standing still next to the honking car. You ride your bike quickly towards your friend and the honking car. Which of the following best describes how you hear the car horn compared to what your friend hears?
(A) You hear a higher pitch than your friend, because the wave compressions.
(B) reach your ear with higher frequency.
(C) You hear a higher pitch than your friend, because sound waves gain energy as they spread out.
(D)You hear a lower pitch than your friend, because sound waves lose energy as they spread out.
(D) You hear a lower pitch than your friend, because the wave compressions reach your ear with higher frequency.

A parked car is honking its horn loudly. You see your friend standing still next to the honking car. You ride your bike quickly towards your friend and the honking car. Which of the following best describes how you hear the car horn compared to what your friend hears? (A) You hear a higher pitch than your friend, because the wave compressions. (B) reach your ear with higher frequency. (C) You hear a higher pitch than your friend, because sound waves gain energy as they spread out. (D)You hear a lower pitch than your friend, because sound waves lose energy as they spread out. (D) You hear a lower pitch than your friend, because the wave compressions reach your ear with higher frequency.