crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
The loudness of a sound wave is affected by the wave's? A: Pitch B: Frequency C: Amplitude D: Wavelength
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crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
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gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Any ideas? :)
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
I'll tell you this. It's not A or D

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hakunamatata34
  • hakunamatata34
I think it is b
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
No @hakunamatata34
hakunamatata34
  • hakunamatata34
oh yea my bad its a the pitch is how loud the sound is lol
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
I think its c?
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Also, please no direct answers. Thanks. :)
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Yeah, C. :)
hakunamatata34
  • hakunamatata34
oh ok sorry
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
@gottennis121 Could i ask you a few more? I kind of have an idea on some but i want to make sure i am right.
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Sure.
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
The distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the next wave is the wave's? A: frequency B: fluctuation pattern C: spectrum D: wavelength
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Whatcha think?
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
Is it d?
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Yes
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
The wavelength of a wave can be found by? A: measuring how high the wave is B: measuring how many waves pass a point in a second C: measuring the distance from the crest of one wave to the next wave D: measuring the distance from the crest of one wave to the trough of the next wave
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Ideas?
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
I think c?
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Yeah
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
Ok thats all thanks for all your help!:)
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
Your first instinct is usually right. :)
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!
gottennis121
  • gottennis121
No prob. :)

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