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Ch. E3 Sound

Series of vibrations that can be heard sonic boom
Measure of sound energy reaching your ear loudness
Area where air is pushed together by vibrations compression
Sound wave made by an object moving faster than the speed of sound sonic boom
Reflection of sound waves echo
Moving areas of high and low pressure sound waves
Rate of travel of a sound wave speed of sound
Measure of how high or low a sound is pitch
Best example of how sound travels is a marble dropped in _____. water
Your brain interprets signals from ___ that affect nerve cells as sounds. your ear
The pitch of a stringed instrument can be affected by the ___. amount of vibrations
If a sound's pitch is high its source is ___. vibrating quickly
If you shout, where will an echo sound most like the orginal sound? in a long hallway
What does the loudness of a sound depend on? how far the vibrating object moves
What causes a sound wave? an object moving faster than the speed of sound
Created by: MrsHeatherKing