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The function of the eardrum is to A. amplify the received sound. B. collect the sound waves. C. carry the sound energy to the brain. D. vibrate with the frequency of the received sound.
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User: The function of the eardrum is to A. amplify the received sound. B. collect the sound waves. C. carry the sound energy to the brain. D. vibrate with the frequency of the received sound.

Weegy: The function of the eardrum in the middle ear is to vibrate with the frequency of the received sound.
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User: Which of the following statements is accurate? A. Amplitude of longitudinal waves is measured at right angles to the direction of the travel of the wave and represents the maximum distance the molecule has moved from its normal position. B. The wavelength of both transverse and longitudinal waves is measured parallel to the direction of the travel of the wave. C. Sound waves passing through the air will do so as transverse waves, which vibrate vertically and still retain their horizontal positions. D. Compressions and rarefactions occur throughout a transverse wave

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The following statement is accurate: The wavelength of both traverse and longitudinal waves is measured parallel to the direction of the travel of the wave.
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The following statement is accurate: The wavelength of both transverse and longitudinal waves is measured parallel to the direction of the travel of the wave.
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The amplitude of longitudinal waves is measured at right angles to the direction of the travel of the wave and represents the maximum distance the molecule has moved from its normal position. This is an accurate statement.


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A temperature of 20°C is equivalent to approximately 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
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To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, you can use the formula:
F = {9}/{5}C + 32, ( C = 20 ):
F = {9}/{5} × 20 + 32
F = 36 + 32
F = 68

So, 20°C is equivalent to 68°F.
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The middle ear of the human ear contains the eardrum.

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The temperature in a room is 56 C. The velocity of a sound wave be at this temperature would be 364.6 Hz. Solution: v 331.4 + 0.6 (56); v 365 m/s.
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