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The person who tests your hearing, and your FM
a) audiogram
b) audiometer
c) audiologist
d) tympanometer

The machine used to test your hearing
a) audiogram
b) audiometer
c) audiologist
d) decibel

Lets you hear the sounds made by the audiometer
a) audiometer
b) audiologist
c) earphones
d) Hertz

The graph showing the results of your hearing test
a) audiologist
b) tympanogram
c) audiogram
d) decibel

Shows your left ear hearing results
a) tympanometer
b) audiometer
c) blue x
d) red o

Shows your right ear hearing results
a) Otoscope
b) Tympanometer
c) blue x
d) red o

Measurement for low to high frequency sounds
a) decibel
b) hertz
c) centimter
d) inches

Measurement for quiet to loud sounds
a) inches
b) pounds
c) Decibel
d) Hertz

Low frequency sounds on an audiogram
a) 1000, 2000 Hz
b) 250, 500 Hz
c) 4000, 6000 Hz
d) 8000 Hz

Middle Frequency Sounds on an audiogram are
a) 250, 500 Hz
b) 1000, 2000 Hz
c) 4000, 6000 Hz
d) 8000 Hz

High Frequency sounds on an audiogram are
a) 250, 500 Hz
b) 1000, 2000 Hz
c) 4000, 8000 Hz
d) 20dB-50dB

Degrees of Hearing Loss does NOT include
a) mild
b) moderate
c) severe
d) 80%

The normal hearing degree range is
a) 25-40 dB
b) 41-60dB
c) 0-24dB
d) 61-80 dB

The mild degree of hearing loss is between
a) 0-24 dB
b) 25-40 dB
c) 41-60 dB
d) 61-80dB

The moderate degree of hearing loss is between
a) 0-24 dB
b) 25-40 dB
c) 41-60 dB
d) 61-80dB

The severe degree of hearing loss is between
a) 0-24dB
b) 25-40 dB
c) 41-60 dB
d) 61-80dB

A graph showing how your middle ear is working
a) audiogram
b) audiometer
c) otoscope
d) tympanogram

Which of these is NOT a reason to have your hearing tested EVERY year?
a) Look for any change in hearing
b) Test your FM unit
c) Check your earmold
d) Check your batteries

The machine used to test your middle ear
a) audiometer
b) audiogram
c) audiologist
d) tympanometer

The tool used by audiologists to see your outer and middle ear
a) audiometer
b) tympanometer
c) otoscope
d) earphones

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