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An opaque object is one in which                                      .
1. no light can travel through.
2. light can travel through undistorted.
3. some light can travel through.
4. none of the above
This is the distance from the top of one sound wave to the top of the next sound wave.
1. wavelength
2. sound wave
3. energy
4. frequency
What does the highness or lowness of a sound represent?
1. volume
2. pitch
3. wavelength
4. amplitude
Light is a form of                .
1. matter
2. gas
3. energy
What is the number of wavelengths that pass a point in one second?
1. amplitude
2. volume
3. sound
4. frequency
The back and forth motion of an object
1. Sound wave
2. Vibration
3. Pitch
4. Frequency
is the loudness or softness of a sound.
1. Volume
2. Pitch
3. Noise
4. Sound
The                 is the highest point of a wave.
1. crest
2. trough
3. wave
4. length
The bending of light as it passes from one material into another is                .
1. reflection
2. spectrum
3. refraction
What type of line does light travel in?
1. Straight lines
2. Diagonal lines
3. Vertical lines
4. Upside down lines
The                 is the measure of how loud or soft a sound is.
1. intensity
2. pitch
3. amplitude
4. energy
What must happen in order for sound waves to form?
1. An electric current must flow.
2. A certain frequency must be reached.
3. Matter must vibrate.
4. Volume must be absorbed.
The number of times a sound vibrates in one second
1. Frequency
2. Vibration
3. Pitch
4. Sound waves
The                 of a sound is how high or low the sound is.
1. volume
2. pitch
3. noise
4. frequency
The highness or lowness of sound as determined by its frequency.
1. Sound wave
2. Pitch
3. Vibration
4. Frequency
Sound will not travel in outer space.
1. True
2. False
A(n)                 is caused by sound waves bouncing off an object.
1. echo
2. vibration
3. sound
4. crest
What is the amount of energy in a sound wave?
1. amplitude
2. energy
3. solar energy
4. heat