What Are Your Ear Parts And How Do They Work?: Question Preview (ID: 28582)


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NOT a middle ear part
a) hammer
b) anvil
c) eardrum
d) stirrup

NOT an inner ear part
a) cochlea
b) hearing nerve
c) stereocilia hairs
d) stirrup

inner ear part for BALANCE not hearing
a) pinna
b) semi circular canals
c) ear canal
d) eardrum

inner ear part that sends the hearing message to the brain
a) cochlea
b) pinna
c) hearing nerve
d) semi circular canals

middle ear part that sits in the middle of the chain of bones
a) hammer
b) stirrup
c) anvil
d) eardrum

outer ear part that VIBRATES sound waves to the middle ear
a) pinna
b) eardrum
c) anvil
d) ear canal

inner ear part that bends like hairs when sound touches them
a) semi circular canals
b) stereocilia hairs
c) cochlea
d) anvil

middle ear part that is THE SMALLEST BONE in your body
a) hammer
b) pinna
c) anvil
d) stirrup

outer ear part that acts like a funnel to bring sounds down into the ear
a) eardrum
b) cochlea
c) ear canal
d) semi circular canals

inner ear part that is spiral shaped like a snail
a) pinna
b) cochlea
c) semi circular canals
d) hearing nerve

A middle ear part that sits next to the eardrum and VIBRATES
a) ear canal
b) semi circular canals
c) hammer
d) pinna

An outer ear part for CATCHING sound
a) cochlea
b) eardrum
c) pinna
d) stirrup

NOT an outer ear part
a) ear canal
b) eardrum
c) hammer
d) pinna

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