Ch 10 sound is a longitudinal mechanical wave
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CH 10: Sound is a longitudinal mechanical wave. Complete Section 10.1 10.2 – Resonance, Standing Waves, and Musical Sound. Agenda. Hand in Trip Forms / Money (last day: Thursday) Quiz Complete lesson 10.1 Lesson on 10.2 – Resonance, Standing Waves, and Musical Sound

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Ch 10 sound is a longitudinal mechanical wave

CH 10: Sound is a longitudinal mechanical wave

Complete Section 10.1

10.2 – Resonance, Standing Waves, and Musical Sound


Agenda

Agenda

  • Hand in Trip Forms / Money (last day: Thursday)

  • Quiz

  • Complete lesson 10.1

  • Lesson on 10.2 – Resonance, Standing Waves, and Musical Sound

  • Textbook Questions / Homework


Learning goals

Learning Goals

  • Explain the components of resonance, and identify the conditions required for resonance to occur


Hearing loss

Hearing Loss

  • http://www.phonak.com/com/b2c/en/hearing/understanding_hearingloss/how_hearing_loss_sounds.html

  • Can you hear this?

  • http://www.noiseaddicts.com/2009/03/can-you-hear-this-hearing-test/


Intensity and the decibel scale

Intensity and the Decibel Scale


Intensity and the decibel scale1

Intensity and the Decibel Scale


Noise music and hearing loss

Noise, Music, and Hearing Loss


How is it possible for a very loud sound 140 db to shatter a window

How is it possible for a very loud sound (140 dB) to shatter a window?


Standing waves in a vibrating column

Standing waves in a vibrating column


Standing waves in a vibrating column1

Standing waves in a vibrating column


Music and resonance in stringed instruments

Music and resonance in Stringed Instruments


Music and resonance in stringed instruments1

Music and resonance in Stringed Instruments


Wind instruments

Wind Instruments


Beats and beats frequency

Beats and Beats Frequency


Classwork homework

Classwork& Homework

Homework pg. 328 # 1-3 and pg. 329 # 1 & 2

pg. 335 #1-5


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