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A loud harsh sound noise
Another word for voice box larynx
Units for intensity of sound Decibel
Sound waves can't travel through ... Vacuum
Required for the production of sound vibration
Transmission of sound is fastest through this medium solid
Starts vibrating in cavity of ear diaphragm
Hearing many sounds that are harmful to the ear noise pollution
Hearing organs of many birds is very ... sensitive
Sound produced by flapping of wings of bee or mosquito humming
Causes maximum noise pollution traffic
Transmission of sound is slowest through this medium gas

Sound crossword puzzle

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Crossword
Description

All sound waves require a.. Medium
Sound travels fastest through a.. Solid
What are the 3 parts of the ear? Outer,middle,inner
The cooler the medium the ____ speed Slower
The hotter the medium the ______ speed Faster
Pitch is determined by what of a sound wave Frequency
What is the change in frequency or sound as the source and the observer move closer Doppler effect
What do decibels do Express loudness
How many decibels are in a whisper Twenty
120 decibels or higher is known to be.. Very damaging

sound wave crossword puzzle

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Description

The complete back and fourth motion of an object. One common characteristic of sound vibration
the speed of sound depends on the medium its traveling through and what else? temperature
An observed change in the frequency of a wave when the source or observer is moving. Doppler effect
Whats the measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be depending on the sound waves frequency? Pitch
A measure of how well a sound can be heard. Loudness
Whats the most common unit used to measure loudness? decibel
A device that graphs sound waves. Oscilloscope
Sound waves are longitudinal waves but oscilloscopes graph them as what? transverse
Hearing loss can cause ringing in the ear. tinnitus
Whats the longitudinal wave that's caused by vibrations and travels through a medium? sound wave

Waves, Sound, And Light Crossword

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Description

How is sound used to help humans? find-objects
What is the hight of wave, loudness of sound? Amplitude
The higher the frequency, the higher the sound what is it called? Pitch
The bending of a wave as it passes between 2 substances Refraction
Changes in directions of a wave when it hits a barrier or obstacle. Diffraction
How can we tell there has been a transfer of energy? medium-vibrates
How many colors are there in the electromagnetic spectrum? seven
How does the medium through which light travels affect it's speed in a solid? slowest
How does the medium through which light travels affect it's speed in a vacumm? Fastest
How does energy travel through a solid? Fastest
How does energy travel through a vacumm? doesnt
How is sound produced? vibration
How do seismic waves travel? Outward
How does changing the position of a moving object change it's sound? Doppler-effect
2 waves overlapping making a larger sound wave. Constructive

Sound and hearing Word Search

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decibels

Sound Waves Crossword

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Crossword
Description

a measure of how high or low a sound is percieved to be depending on frequency of the sound wave pitch
the most common unit is used to measure loudness (symbol, ab) decibel
a longitudinal wave is caused by vibrations and that travels through a material medium sound wave
a physical environment in which phenomena occurs medium
an observed change in the frequency of a wave when the source or observer is moving doppler effect
the extent to which a sound can be heard loudness
move back and forth vibration
how loud a sound seems volume
how fast an object is vibrating frequency
shows how loud the sound is amplitude

HEARING AND SOUND Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What is volume measured in Decibels
Sound _______ travel in all directions Waves
Sounds are caused by what Vibrations
Sound travels through what 3 things Airsolidswater
What's the best conductor Solid
What's the poorest conductor Air
What depends on the distance and force Loudness
10-65 decibels is what range Safe
85-90 is what range Hearingdamagerisk
Pitch is measured in what Hertz
How high or low a sound is. Is the definition of what Pitch
What's the putter ear called Pinna
What are the 3 tiny bones in the middle of the ear Hammeranvilstirrup
What is a coiled tube in the inner ear Cochlea
3 looped tubes to help us balance Semicircularcanal
What's the nerve in the ear called Auditory
A tool used to amplify(make louder) your voice Megaphone
# of vibrations in 1 second is known as what Frequency
Hearing is 1 of 5 what Senses

Sound Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A measure of how high or low a sound is perceived to be Pitch
The most common unit used to measure loudness decibel
A physical environment in which a phenomena occur Medium
A longitudinal wave that is caused by vibrations and that travels through a medium Sound wave
complete back-and-forth motion of an object vibration
An observed change in the frequency of a wave when the source or observer is moving Doppler Effect
Hearing loss. Causes ringing in the ear Tinnitus
Sounds that are too high for people to hear Ultrasonic Frequency
A measure of how well a sound can be heard Loudness
A device that graphs sound waves Oscilloscope

Science - Light & Sound Crossword

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Crossword
Description

the bouncing of light off an object REFLECTION
the bending of the path of light when it moves from one kind of matter to another REFRACTION
the stopping of light when it his a wall or other opaque ABSORBTION
reflecting or absorbing all light; no image can be seen OPAQUE
allowing some light to pass through; blurry image can be seen TRANSLUCENT
allows most light to pass through; clear image can be seen TRANSPARENT
a solid object that bends light; not a lens PRISM
the range of light energy that people can see VISIBLE SPECTRUM
a vibration you can hear SOUND
the area of a sound wave where the air is pushed together COMPRESSION
quickly moving areas of high and low pressure SOUND WAVE
the greatest distance from the top of a sound wave to the bottom of the wave, the more energy a wave carries, the greater the amplitude AMPLITUDE
the distance in a straight line from one place on a ripple to the same place on the next ripple WAVELENGTH
the measure of the amount of sound energy reaching your ears LOUDNESS
the measure of how high or low the sound is PITCH
the speed t which a sound travels SPEED OF SOUND
a sound reflection ECHO
a large, quick air pressure increase followed by a large quick decrease, an object moving faster than the speed of sound does this, so we hear a large BOOM when it happens SONIC BOOM
the change in frequency & pitch as a source of sound waves moving towards you or away you DOPPLER EFFECT
the part of a sound wave where molecules are spread apart RAREFACTION
the part of the sound wave where the molecules are close together COMPRESSION
the number of times an object vibrates per second FREQUENCY
a unit for measuring loudness DECIBEL

Anatomy & Physiology of the Ear, Nose, & Throat Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The throat helps informing speech
Sinus located deep in the face behind the nose that does not develop until adolescence Sphenoid
Small moveable bones in the middle ear ossicles
Opening into the nasal passsage passsade Nostrils
Connects the middle ear to the throat/nasopharynx Eustachiantube
Snail-shaped portion of the boney labyrinth Cochlea
The organ of smell and breathing nose
Flap tissue that prevents food and irritants from entering the lungs Epiglottis
Sinus located in the area of the forehead that does not develop until 7 yearsof age Frontal
Seperates the middle ear from the external ear Eardrum
The membrane protected by the external ear Tympanic
The medical name for the nose is the external meatus
Medical term external ear pinna
The ear is divided functionally and anatomically into three
Commonly know as the voice box Larynx
Sinus located around the area of the cheeks maxillary
Medical term for earwax cerumen
The throat consists of the larynx and pharynx
Four-paired air-filled cavities near the nasal passages sinuses
Lined with mucous membranes and cilla Nasal passages
Receptors for balance are found in this portion of the inner ear vestibule
Protect aganist infection in early childhood Tonsils
The pharynx connects the nose and mouth to the larynx and esophgaus
One of ossicles Malleus
Sound waves are converted into impulses in the inner ear electrical
The region of the ear that functions in the vestibular system inner
Divides the nasal passages into right and left sides Septum
The cochlea contains the nerves for Hearing
The organ of balance/equilibruim and detection of sound Ear
Tonsils and adenoids are made up of this type of tissue Lymph

Science and sound Word Search

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