Asked in Uncategorized
What is the number of vibrations of sound per scond a dog can hear?
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Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers, Gorillas, Forests
If a tree falls in the froest and no one is around to hear it does it make a sound?
Asked in Physics, Thunderstorms and Lightning
Which property of a sound wave is responsible for the pitch that you hear?
What is the energy of vibrations carried through solids liquids or gases?
If a tree falls in the woods and no ones around to hear it would it still make a sound?
Asked in Singing
Does your voice sound exactly the way you hear it?
Asked in Car Sounds, Grand Am SE
Why does sound need air?
Sound needs air because sound is the traveling of vibrations from one atom to another atom. In the vacuum of space, there are no gas particles or atoms for vibrations to travel through, which means there is no sound. Air has atoms in it (oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen atoms for the most part) that vibrations can travel through so we can hear sound so we do not have to press our ears to every object to hear its sound.
Asked in Earth Sciences, Energy
How do sounds travel through liquid gas and solid?
Asked in Animal Life
What animal could hear a sound that produces 75000 vibrations per seconds?