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Ch 16 Test Review

Chapter 16 portion of huge test on 5/14/14

QuestionAnswer
what do sound waves carry energy
where do sound waves move out from source as a series of compressions and rarefactions
what affects sound longitudinal waves and vibrations in matter
what two things affect the speed of sound material and temperature
how do materials affect the speed sound they are rigidity and have density
how does temperature affect the speed of sound higher temperatures create a faster speed
what does amplitude, intensity, and loudness have to do with sound they provide the decibel scale, frequency, pitch, and the doppler effect
what is the decibel scale the unit that is used to describe the loudness of a sound
what is pitch how loud or how quiet a sound is
what is the doppler effect the change of pitch when a sound source is moving in relation to an observer
what does transmission, absorption, and reflection have to do with sound they provide echos, reverberation, acoustics, ultrasound, and sonar
Created by: 2018grellerj