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Which one of the following frequencies of a wave in the air can be heard as an audible sound by the human ear? A. 100,000 Hz B. 1,000 Hz C. 10 Hz D. 0.10 Hz
B. 1,000 Hz can be heard as an audible sound by the human ear.
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User: Which one of the following frequencies of a wave in the air can be heard as an audible sound by the human ear? A. 100,000 Hz B. 1,000 Hz C. 10 Hz D. 0.10 Hz

Weegy: B. 1,000 Hz can be heard as an audible sound by the human ear.
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User: Which of the following phenomena is taking place when sound waves are reflected from a surface along parallel lines? A. Refracting B. Focusing C. Absorption D. Diffusion

Weegy: D. Refracting is taking place when sound waves are reflected from a surface along parallel lines.
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User: When a sound from a source is refracted away from the surface of the earth, it gives an indication that the A. wind is blowing in the direction of the sound. B. ground is cooling faster than the air. C. air has high humidity. D. air is cooler than the ground.

Weegy: B. wind is blowing in the direction of the sound
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User: The spreading of sound waves around openings in barriers is called A. an echo. B. reverberation. C. refraction. D. diffraction.

Weegy: B. diffraction
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User: Which one of the following environments will sound not travel through? A. Liquid B. Solid C. Vacuum D. Gas





Weegy: Sound will not travel through: C. Vacuum.
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