Circle the factors that change when a sound gets louder. Draw a box around the factors that change when a pitch gets higher. a. intensity b. speed of the sound waves c. frequency d. decibel level e. wavelength f. amplitude

Caylee Villegas 2022-07-20 Answered
Circle the factors that change when a sound gets louder. Draw a box around the factors that change when a pitch gets higher. a. intensity b. speed of the sound waves c. frequency d. decibel level e. wavelength f. amplitude
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Answered 2022-07-21 Author has 12 answers
Loudness of a sound depends on amplitude of the sound wave: larger the amplitude louder the sound. Pitch of a sound depends on frequency of the sound wave: higher the frequency - higher the pitch.
Factors that change when a sound gets louder are: a. intensity - sound is louder, so the sound has greater intensity d. decibel level-decibel level represents loudness of the sound, since decibel is unit for loudnes f. amplitude
Factors that change when a pitch gets higher are: b. speed of the sound waves, since it depends on frequency of the sound wave: v = λ f c. frequency e. wavelength is inversely proportional to frequency
Result:
Louder: a,d,f Higher pitch: b,c,e
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