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waves and sounds

QuestionAnswer
frequency of sound tells you how fast the pressure oscillares.
pitch the property of a sound determined by the frequency of the waves producing it.
decibels the dimensionless unit of a logarithimic scale for expressing the relative intensity of sounds.
speaker a device that is speciially designed to reproduce sounds accurately.
acoustics the science and technology of sound.
microphone a device that transforms a sound wave into an electrical signal with the same pattern of oscilllation.
stero a method of sound reproduction involving multiple speakers to approximate the spatial distribution of the original sound
Created by: marquette bell on 2009-10-20



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