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What is the audible sound?

A sound that can be heard in ordinary human ear is audible sound. It is approximately between 20 to 2000 decibel in strength. sound which is audible.. I.e. sound you can hear, as opposed to sound beyond human hearing at… Full Answer

How do you measure the wavelength of sound?

distance from any point on the wave to the corresponding point beyond the next wavelength, i.e. crest to crest, trough to trough, or because you are talking about sound, the distance from compression to corresponding compression after the rarefaction. Full Answer

What is phone in linguistics?

Phones are the smallest unit of sound in human speech. Phones may be transcribed in such a way as to present detail beyond that which is necessary for determining meaning in a given language. The smallest unit of sound in… Full Answer