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They can differ in pitch (how high or low the sound is), intensity(how loud it is) and the number of harmonics they are composed of(which influences timbre).that  ...

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Combinations of different frequencies give different sounds a different. ... When some one plays - say - a guitar string it vibrates; which vibrates ...

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Feb 24, 2013 ... Shouldn't all the sounds of same frequencies sound the same? ... coupling between the vibrations of one string and another and the ELIPTICAL ...

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Sound and light both travel in waves, which are caused by vibrations. ... Sound waves, being longitudinal, are slower than light waves, and do not travel through  ...

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The differences between sounds are caused by intensity, pitch, and tone. Intensity ... Decibels and intensity, however, do not depend on the ear. ... Frequency is the number of wavelengths that fit into one unit of time. ... These waves help them guide their boats through the water and warn them when another boat is near.

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OBJECTIVES. Students manipulate a variety of objects to produce sounds and to identify the ways in which those sounds differ from one another. The students.

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Nov 7, 2007 ... Sound and light are very different, even though they are both waves. ... or, put another way, it is the distance between two successive troughs ... One way that they differ is in how they propagate. ... Therefore, it does not need air, water, or any other medium to carry it - in essence, it carries its medium with it.

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Sound travels about four times faster and farther in water than it does in air. ... They also travel faster on hotter days as the molecules bump into each other more ...

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If one sound is 130 times as intense as another, by how much do they differ in sound intensity level (in decibels)?. Part C). If you increase the volume of your ...