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A shock wave produced by an object traveling faster than the speed of sound.
A series of vibrations you can hear.
Moving areas of high and low pressure.
A measure of the sound energy reaching your ear.
A measure of how high or low a sound is.
The speed at which sound waves travel.
Speed of sound
An area where air is pushed together.
The distance from one sound wave compression to the next.
A sound reflection.
Shown by height on a wave diagram.
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