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College Speech and Voice Disorders
Continuing Education Atmosphere
The velocity of a wave is equal to
1. $"wavelength"/"amplitude"$.
2. wavelength x frequency.
3. $"amplitude"/"frequency"$.
4. amplitude x frequency.
College Speech and Voice Disorders
When talking about spectrogram parameters, what does the bandwidth equal?
1. Frequency range across the filter
2. Frequency range in narrow filters
3. Frequency ranges in each filter
4. Frequency ranges in broad filters
College Quantum Physics and the Atom
Which of the following correctly describes the changes in frequency and energy, in moving from radio waves to gamma rays?
1. Energy and frequency both decrease
2. Energy and frequency both increase
3. Energy increases, and frequency decreases
4. Energy decreases, and frequency increases
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Frequency is measured in
1. yards.
2. Hertz.
3. meters.
4. decibels.
What is the relation between the frequency of sound waves and the source’s frequency?
1. they are inversely proportional
2. they are directly proportional
3. they have no relationship
4. the frequency of a sound wave is always higher than the source’s frequency
College Speech and Voice Disorders
While creating a spectrum, we need to line up the output of all filters in order. Lowest to Highest. By doing this, what can be shown?
1. What frequencies the sound contains across the whole range
2. What frequencies the sound contains across the wide/narrow filter
3. What frequencies the sound contains across the center frequency
4. What frequency the sound contains across the input frequency range
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Which of the following determines the intensity of sound?
1. wavelength and frequency
2. amplitude and frequency
3. amplitude and distance
4. wavelength and distance
When someone asks you to turn down the stereo, he is asking you to
1. increase the frequency.
2. decrease the frequency.
3. increase the amplitude.
4. decrease the amplitude.