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Sound (Waves part 3)
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Sound - General Sound - Density and Temperature Sound - Properties Sound - Vocal Cords Sound - The Ear
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Sound starts with some kind of ___________.
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Sound starts with some kind of ___________.
Disturbance
Once a disturbance is made, it creates ________ that travel through the air.
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Once a disturbance is made, it creates ________ that travel through the air.
Vibration
Sound vibrations travel through the air as a __________ wave.
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Sound vibrations travel through the air as a __________ wave.
Longitudinal
Sound waves move (in the same or in a different) direction as the disturbance
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Sound waves move (in the same or in a different) direction as the disturbance
In the same direction
Why does sound travel slower than light?
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Why does sound travel slower than light?
Because it requires a medium
Compared to light, sound travels _____________.
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Compared to light, sound travels _____________.
Slower
Sound travels ______ in liquids than in solids.
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Sound travels ______ in liquids than in solids.
Slower
The denser the material the ________ sound travels
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The denser the material the ________ sound travels
Faster
Sound travels ________ in colder temps
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Sound travels ________ in colder temps
Slower
The warmer the temp the _______ sound travels
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The warmer the temp the _______ sound travels
Faster
Intensity is _________ and Loudness is ___________
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Intensity is _________ and Loudness is ___________
Energy; Volume
Pitch is ____ or ____ and Frequency is how ________ a wave passes
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Pitch is ____ or ____ and Frequency is how ________ a wave passes
High or Low; Often
Intensity and Loudness are friends with ___ while pitch and Frequency are friends with _____.
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Intensity and Loudness are friends with ___ while pitch and Frequency are friends with _____.
Amplitude; Wavelength
A wave with low energy and low volume has a ___________ amplitude
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A wave with low energy and low volume has a ___________ amplitude
smaller, shorter
A wave with a high sound and fast wave has a ________ wavelength
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A wave with a high sound and fast wave has a ________ wavelength
short, small
Step 1 - Talking to make sound starts with air from your _______.
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Step 1 - Talking to make sound starts with air from your _______.
Lungs
Step 2 - Air is pushed up from your lungs and rushes past your _______.
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Step 2 - Air is pushed up from your lungs and rushes past your _______.
Layrny, voice box, vocal cords
Step 3 - As air rushes past your vocal cords, your vocal cords _______.
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Step 3 - As air rushes past your vocal cords, your vocal cords _______.
Vibrate
These vibrations travel as ________ and ______ or as longitudinal waves.
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These vibrations travel as ________ and ______ or as longitudinal waves.
Compressions; Rarefactions
Thicker vocal cords (like in males) make a _________ sound where as thinner vocal cords make a ________ sound.
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Thicker vocal cords (like in males) make a _________ sound where as thinner vocal cords make a ________ sound.
Lower; Higher
What are the three main sections of the ear?
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What are the three main sections of the ear?
Outer, Midle and Inner
The middle ear contains the ______, ________ and _______ which amplify sound.
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The middle ear contains the ______, ________ and _______ which amplify sound.
Hammer, Anvil and Stirrup
The ________ has liquid and tiny hairs that move to pass sound to the auditory nerve
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The ________ has liquid and tiny hairs that move to pass sound to the auditory nerve
Cochlea
The outer ear ______ sound into the ear canal which sends those vibartions to the _______.
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The outer ear ______ sound into the ear canal which sends those vibartions to the _______.
Funnels; Eardrum
The sound we hear is possible because of __________
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The sound we hear is possible because of __________
Vibrations
Name the parts of the EM Spectrum in order from highest frequency to lowerst frequency
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Name the parts of the EM Spectrum in order from highest frequency to lowerst frequency
Gamma, X-Ray, UV Ray, Visible Light, Infrared, Microwave, Radio




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