Yes, if an object viberates it causes waves in the air (like when trowing a stone into a lake.) When these waves hit your eardrum, it'll vibrate in the same way as the object, your brain turns this vibration into the sense of sound.
The rapid back and forth of air or other matter is the sounds vibration (vibration is the anwser).
by vibration of particles and fluids.
The resonance air column refers to the air vibration of large amplitude produced by a relatively small vibration near the same frequency of vibration.
it is produced by vibrations
sounds travel in all directions caused by vibration of an object.sound can be absorbed by soft fabric.
Vibration and rate of vibration.
With a vibration.
the vibration of earth produced by the rapid release of energy
sounds are produced from vibrations
Vibration of the reed.
it depends on how big or small the vibration is to determine the sound. The bigger the vibration, the lower the sound is. the smaller the vibration, the higher the sound.
Irregular and non-periodic vibration produce noise.
No; sound comes from vibrations.