1. Why did Stella hit the meal bulkhead with the hammer?
2. List a few ways in which sound can be made.
3. How is sound produced?
4. Where is the institute for sound and vibration?
5. What makes sound loud?
6. What do we call this?
7. What is “frequency”? In what unit do we measure it?
8. What happened to the glass when a loud sound was used?
9. How do we get a higher pitch?
10. How do we get a louder sound?
11. Why did the music get louder when the device was put on the table?
a. What do we call the wave made when particles hit each other?
b. What does sound need to transmit vibrations?
12. List 3 materials that sound can travel through.
13. Why did they use a tin at the end of the string?
14. Can we hear sound underwater?
15. What do we call a sound reflection?
16. Why is this useful?
17. What do ships use these days?
18. Explain “reverberation”.
19. What was used to measure reverberation?
20. What did they use the panels for?
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