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A longitudinal wave created by vibrations What is a sound wave?

A longitudinal wave created by vibrations What is a sound wave?

the complete back and forth motion of an object (particles) What is vibration?

the complete back and forth motion of an object (particles) What is vibration?

How low or high a sound seems to be What is pitch?

How low or high a sound seems to be What is pitch?

A unit used to measure the loudness of a sound What is decibel?

A unit used to measure the loudness of a sound What is decibel?

The higher the pitch, the higher the ____. What is frequency

The higher the pitch, the higher the ____. What is frequency

True or False, Sound waves travel in all directions from their source. True!

True or False, Sound waves travel in all directions from their source. True!

A measurement about of how well a sound can be heard What is loudness?

A measurement about of how well a sound can be heard What is loudness?

This part of the ear contains liquid and small hairs that if they are

This part of the ear contains liquid and small hairs that if they are damaged cannot repair themselves. What is the cochlea?

DAILY DOUBLE

DAILY DOUBLE

Earplugs, listening at a lower volume when using head phones, and moving away from

Earplugs, listening at a lower volume when using head phones, and moving away from loud sounds What are things you can do to protect your hearing

Loudness of a sound is also called… What is amplitude?

Loudness of a sound is also called… What is amplitude?

Sound waves pass through this in the ear separating the outer ear from the

Sound waves pass through this in the ear separating the outer ear from the middle ear What is the ear drum?

the number of waves that are made in a given amount of time. What

the number of waves that are made in a given amount of time. What is frequency?

Sound will move slower through _____ than _____. What are gas/liquid… liquid/solid…examples

Sound will move slower through _____ than _____. What are gas/liquid… liquid/solid…examples

The _____ the amplitude, the louder the sound. What is larger/higher?

The _____ the amplitude, the louder the sound. What is larger/higher?

If a honking car drove by you as you were standing on the sidewalk,

If a honking car drove by you as you were standing on the sidewalk, the pitch would go from ____ to ____. What is from high to low?

a reflected sound wave What is an echo?

a reflected sound wave What is an echo?

Beluga whales, dolphins, bats, and some kinds of birds use this technique to navigate.

Beluga whales, dolphins, bats, and some kinds of birds use this technique to navigate. What is echolocation?

Ultrasonography uses these to “see” a patient’s organs or unborn baby What are echoes?

Ultrasonography uses these to “see” a patient’s organs or unborn baby What are echoes?

Technology used to locate objects underwater What is sonar?

Technology used to locate objects underwater What is sonar?

This is what SONAR stands for. What is sound navigation and ranging?

This is what SONAR stands for. What is sound navigation and ranging?

a vibrating guitar string causes a glass to vibrate What is a resonance?

a vibrating guitar string causes a glass to vibrate What is a resonance?

the apparent raising and lowering of pitch when a moving sound source pass by

the apparent raising and lowering of pitch when a moving sound source pass by you What is Doppler effect?

this carries electrical signals from the ear to the brain What is auditory nerve?

this carries electrical signals from the ear to the brain What is auditory nerve?

unit used to measure pitch What is Hertz?

unit used to measure pitch What is Hertz?

Instrument used to graph sound waves into transverse waves What is an oscilloscope?

Instrument used to graph sound waves into transverse waves What is an oscilloscope?

FINAL JEOPARDY

FINAL JEOPARDY

Name the famous mathematician that created the idea of an observed change in the

Name the famous mathematician that created the idea of an observed change in the frequency of a wave when the source or observer is moving. Who is Doppler? (1803 -1853)