jakyfraze
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The part of the ear where sound wave compressions and rarefactions cause the eardrum to vibrate is the A. inner ear. B. outer ear. C. auditory nerve. D. middle ear.
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jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@HELPMEPLZ!! can you please help me with this?
jakyfraze
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jebonna
  • jebonna
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jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@jebonna are you sure?
jebonna
  • jebonna
Im sure, because the outer ear focuses sound waves, but the middle ear is the part that causes the eardrum to vibrate. The inner ear and auditory nerve are involved in turning mechanical energy into electrical energy (for things like pitch discrimination).
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@jebonna ohh thank you :)
jebonna
  • jebonna
Thats ok :)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@jebonna you where right!!!! thank you
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Haha I'm happy I could help :D

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