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Hear & Bal Act

Hearing and Balance Activity

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The key to sound is Vibration
Besides sound, the ear provides Balance
A high pitched sound is the result of Short waves moving quickly
The ear is divided into three parts, which are External, middle, and inner ear
The loudness of a sound depends on the wave’s Amplitude
The common names of the tiny bones in the middle ear are Hammer, anvil, and stirrup
What can cause motion sickness? Sensory conflict
What catches sound waves and passes them into the ear canal Pinna
Equilibrium is controlled by Movement of the head
The eardrum is also known as the Tympanic membrane
Created by: Lhaynes