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Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6 Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12 Q 17 Q 22 Q 8 Q 13 Q 18 Q 23 Q 9Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15 Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Waves Terms People & Sound Trivia Instruments
Question 1 These cause sound waves
Answer 1 What is- vibrations?
Question 2 A reflected sound wave.
Answer 2 What is – an echo ?
Question 3 Name given to how high or low a sound is.
Answer 3 What is – pitch ?
Question 4 The unit used to measure the loudness of sounds.
Answer 4 What is – decibel ?
Question 5 The number of waves in an interval of time.
Answer 5 What is – frequency ?
Question 6 Another name for your voice box.
Answer 6 What is – the larynx ?
Question 7 Vibrations in these produce sound.
Answer 7 What is – vocal cords ?
Question 8 The skin-like membrane that vibrates in the ear.
Answer 8 What is – the ear drum ?
Question 9 The fluid-filled chamber in the ear shaped like a shell.
Answer 9 What is – the cochlea ?
Question 10 Interprets electrical signals so we can identify sounds..
Answer 10 What is – the brain?
Question 11 The top of a sound wave.
Answer 11 What is –the crest ?
Question 12 The distance between crests.
Answer 12 What is – wave length ?
Question 13 The height of a sound wave.
Answer 13 What is – amplitude ?
Question 14 Part of a sound wave where air is pushed together.
Answer 14 What is – compression ?
Question 15 Sound waves travel either inward or outward from their source.
Answer 15 What is – outward ?
Question 16 The matter through which sound waves travel best.
Answer 16 What is – solid ?
Question 17 Animals which use echoes to fly safely.
Answer 17 What is – bats ?
Question 18 Animals which use echoes to swim safely.
Answer 18 What is – porpoises ?
Question 19 The echo machine used by ships.
Answer 19 What is – sonar ?
Question 20 A shock wave made by an object traveling faster than the speed of sound.
Answer 20 What is – a sonic boom ?
Question 21 A violin make sound by string being either brushed or struck.
Answer 21 What is – brushed ?
Question 22 A piano makes sound by wires being either brushed or struck.
Answer 22 What is – struck ?
Question 23 This instrument, a tiny flute, makes fast, short sound waves.
Answer 23 What is – a piccolo ?
Question 24 This instrument uses a slide to make it longer, thus making lower sounds.
Answer 24 What is – a trombone ?
Question 25 This instrument has a membrane which vibrates when struck with sticks.
Answer 25 What is – a drum ?
Final Jeopardy The.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is –?
A sound is a wave and frequency determines pitch In your mind what is sound? Sound is an example of a mechanical wave and is produced by a vibrating object.
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