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Sound energy
1. is made of many colors
2. refracts when it is near water
3. is the energy produced by vibrating sound waves
How loud or soft a sound is:          volume         .
Our         mouth         helps us form sounds.
A student holds two vibrating objects. Object A is vibrating faster than Object B. Which sentence below is TRUE?
1. A is LOUDER than B.
2. B is LOUDER than A.
3. A will have a higher PITCH than B.
4. B will have a higher PITCH than A.
If you roll a large sheet of paper into a funnel, you can hear the sound better (think of a megaphone). This process of increasing the loudness of sound is called
1. measuring a wave.
2. absorption.
3. reflection.
4. amplification.
Pitch        refers to how high or low a sound is.
How loud or soft a sound is.
1. pitch
2. volume
3. reflect
4. refract
The energy we can hear is?
1. potential energy
2. mechanical energy
3. open circuit
4. sound energy
What is how high or low a sound is?
2. volume
3. closed circuit
4. pitch
Vibrate           means to move quickly back and forth.
Sound travels in waves.
1. True
2. False
How can we tell if something is making sound, even if we can't hear it?
1. The item will get larger.
2. The item will get smaller.
3. The item will be vibrating.
4. The item will disappear.
A form of energy that you can see. An example would be a lamp, burning matches, or the sun. It is called                .
1. chemical energy
2. light
3. sound
The loudness of a sound is called
1. the sound wave
2. the volume
3. the amplitude
4. the pitch
The words to describe pitch are:
1. fast, slow
2. loud, quiet
3. high, low
4. big, small
What is a disturbance that carries energy from one point to another point?
1. absorb
2. wave
3. reflect
4. volume
When you make sounds by plucking a rubber band, you make the rubber band move back and forth very quickly. This movement is called
1. loudness
2. amplitude
3. pitch
4. vibration
The highness or lowness of a sound is called the
1. pitch.
2. loudness.
3. vibration.
4. resonance.