Well, the higher the frequency is the higher the pitch. They both travel with sound waves and they both have a big role in how sound travels.
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The higher the frequency, the higher the pitch. The lower the frequency, the lower
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Frequency is the total number of observations of a determined type, so to calculate relative frequency you need to divide the number of observations of a certain type by the total
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1. Draw a sine wave for your audience on a whiteboard or chalk board. Point out to your audience that this is a generic mathematical description of a wave. The amplitude is onehalf
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