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<b>1</b>. Energy that is sometimes seen on seismic records that travels in the air at the velocity of sound: ''V''&#x2248;1051+1.1&#x0020;''F''&#x0020;ft/s, where ''F''=Fahrenheit temperature, or ''V''&#x2248;331.5+0.607&#x0020;''C''&#x0020;m/s, where ''C''=Celsius temperature. <b>2</b>. Audible sounds like distant thunder associated with the arrival of P-waves from nearby earthquakes.
 
<b>1</b>. Energy that is sometimes seen on seismic records that travels in the air at the velocity of sound: ''V''&#x2248;1051+1.1&#x0020;''F''&#x0020;ft/s, where ''F''=Fahrenheit temperature, or ''V''&#x2248;331.5+0.607&#x0020;''C''&#x0020;m/s, where ''C''=Celsius temperature. <b>2</b>. Audible sounds like distant thunder associated with the arrival of P-waves from nearby earthquakes.
 
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1. Energy that is sometimes seen on seismic records that travels in the air at the velocity of sound: V≈1051+1.1 F ft/s, where F=Fahrenheit temperature, or V≈331.5+0.607 C m/s, where C=Celsius temperature. 2. Audible sounds like distant thunder associated with the arrival of P-waves from nearby earthquakes.