Vibrations cause sound. An object that vibrates causes the media around it to compress in a certain frequency. If the frequency is in the range of the ear, it comes across as sound. Vibration causes all sounds. Vibrations travel in waves, and these waves hit our eardrums and set them into motion. The signal is sent to the brain, which is interpreted as sound,
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the vibration of the particles of medium of the sound waves causes the sound waves to travel
The wings flapping very fast causes the buzzing sound of bees and wasps.
sound energy is caused by vibration.
the large obstacles and tall buildings etc causes the reverberation of thunder as it reflects sound and also causes multiple reverberation.
Light travels much faster then sound. That is what causes the delay.
The reed causes the column of air to vibrate. The vibrating air is what causes the sound.
Vibration in a substance creates sound.
the systolic sound is caused by ventricular contraction
It was the beautiful sound of a trumpet...
The difference in pitch.
Sound is a vibration travelling through the air. When it hits foam, it causes the foam to vibrate, which in turn causes friction. The friction causes heat.
That varies, depending on what causes the sound waves.
When matter vibrates it sends out a sound wave.
The air being expelled from the lungs causes the vocal cords to vibrate, making sound. You can alter the sound by relaxing or tightening the muscles attached to the cords.
Both guitars and pianos have strings. Striking the strings causes them to vibrate, which makes the sound that you hear.
Because sometimes the universe is shaking, and that is what causes it.
Temperature causes sound speed. Sound speed is increasing with temperature.
A humming bird
reflection of sound is the property which causes an echo........
it is when two things collide and that is what causes interpretation energy