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How do optical illusions occur?
a) Our eyes trick us into perceiving something that matches reality b) Our eyes trick us into perceiving something that does not match reality c) A magician puts a spell on us. d) Only in the presence of many mirrors that are designed to trick the eyes.
How do the brain and ear work together to process sound waves?
a) The heart pumps blood to the brain which then sends signals to the air converting vibrations into sound waves b) The brain receives vibrations as sound waves which are converted to signals that are processed by the ear c) The ear receives vibrations as sound waves which are converted to signals that are processed by the brain d) The lungs make a sound which is heard by our ears and then sent to the brain to be converted into sound waves.
How do the lungs vocal cords, and larynx work together to produce sound?
a) vocal cords produce air pressure vibrating lungs which chop up airflow into audible pulses projected by the larynx b) larnyx produces air pressure vibrating vocal cords which chop up airflow into audible pulses projected by the lungs c) lungs produce air pressure vibrating vocal cords which chop up airflow into audible pulses projected by the larynx d) The lungs pump blood from the heart which is then converted to sound by the brain
How are light waves different from P-waves and sound waves?
a) Light waves can only travel in outer space. b) Light waves can only travel through a vacuum c) Light ways can only travel through a matter d) Light waves are able to travel through a vacuum and through matter
Through which state of matter do sound waves travel the fastest and why?
a) through solids, because the particles of a solid are close together making it easy for the sound to bridge across b) through solids because the particles of a solids are spread farther apart allowing much space for sound to move through c) through liquids because liquids are slower than the other states of matter d) through gases because the particles of gases move faster than other states of matter.
Which characteristics of a sound wave determine its pitch and loudness?
a) it crest and trough b) its frequency and amplitude c) its compression and rarefaction d) its range of light on the electromagnetic spectrum
Which narrow range of the electromagnetic spectrum is detected by the human eye?
a) visible light b) invisible light c) gamma rays d) x-rays
What determines whether light is absorbed or reflected by an object?
a) Only the properties of the light b) the properties of the light and the angle and type of object when it hits the light c) The properties of the object and the angle and type of light when it hits the object d) Only the properties of the object
How are differences of wavelength perceived on the electromagnetic spectrum?
a) as differences of pitch b) as differences of amplitude c) as differences of the speed of light d) as differences of color
How is sound produced?
a) A vibration occurs close enough that it is heard by someone. b) by the vibration of materials which creates wave that move through matter c) by the transmission of light d) by the reflection of energy waves coming from the sun
What is the relationship between waves, energy and matter?
a) Nearly all waves transmit matter and move through energy. b) Nearly all waves transmit matter and energy c) Nearly all waves transmit energy and move through matter. d) Waves do not transmit energy or move through matter
What are the two ways in which wave behavior can be described?
a) by how fast the wave spreads, and the distance between the peaks of waves (wavelength b) by how long the wave remains stationary and the beginning point of the wave c) by how far the wave moves, and how long it takes for it to move d) by how much matter the wave transfers, and how much energy it holds in place.
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