An AM radio in an automobile cannot receive any signal when the car is inside a tunnel. Why? Let us assume the tunnel is the Hampton Roads bridge tunnel, originally constructed in 1957, and it has a width of 3.7 m and a height of 4.11 m (westbound). The cross section of the tunnel is shown in Figure P2.

5.1 - An AM radio in an automobile cannot receive any signal when the car is inside a tunnel. Why? Let us assume the tunnel is the Hampton Roads bridge tunnel, originally constructed in 1957, and it has a width of 3.7 m and a height of 4.11 m (westbound). The cross section of the tunnel is shown in Figure P2.

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images - An AM radio in an automobile cannot receive any signal when the car is inside a tunnel. Why? Let us assume the tunnel is the Hampton Roads bridge tunnel, originally constructed in 1957, and it has a width of 3.7 m and a height of 4.11 m (westbound). The cross section of the tunnel is shown in Figure P2.

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