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Round 1
Final
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Vocab
Changing Frequency
Sound
Pitch
Transmitting
Sound
Echoes
Round 2
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Final
Jeopardy
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This happens when something
moves back and forth quickly.
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What is vibration?
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This is a synonym for travel.
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What is transmit?
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This is how sound travels.
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What is in waves?
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This is a synonym for
bounce.
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What is reflect (or echo)?
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This is caused by vibrating
particles.
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What is sound?
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This is the loudness or softness
of a sound.
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What is volume?
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This is one way to make a sound
louder.
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What is make more particles
vibrate?
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This is another name for a
reflecting, or bouncing, sound.
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What is an echo?
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This scale is used to describe the
loudness of sounds.
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What is the decibel scale?
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This is how you would increase
the pitch of a sound.
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What is make particles vibrate
faster?
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This is the definition of
frequency.
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What is the speed of vibration?
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This is the speed of vibration of a
high-pitched sound.
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What is fast?
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This is the speed of vibration of a
low sound.
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What is slow?
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These are three characteristics of
objects with a high pitch.
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What is tight, short, thin?
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These are three characteristics of
objects with a low pitch.
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What is long, loose, thick?
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This is the meaning of pitch.
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What is a the highness or
lowness of sound?
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This is the pitch of a trombone
with the slide all the way out.
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What is low?
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This is the pitch of a short
instrument, like a piccolo.
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What is high?
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This is the pitch of a thick guitar
string.
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What is low?
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This is the pitch of a tightened
violin string.
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What is high?
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In order for sound to be
transmitted, these particles are
needed.
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What are vibrating particles?
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This state of matter transmits
sound the fastest.
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What is a solid?
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This state of matter transmits
sound the slowest.
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What is a gas?
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This is the speed of sound in air.
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What is 343 meters per second?
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This is the speed of light in air.
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What is 300,000,000 meters per
second?
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This is what happens when
sound is soaked into an object or
material.
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What is absorption?
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These types of materials reflect
sound the best.
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What are hard and smooth?
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These materials absorb sound
the best.
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What are soft and bumpy?
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Organisms do this when they use
sound waves to determine the
distance of far away objects.
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What is echolocation?
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This is a technology that uses
reflected sound waves to locate
far away objects, such as those
under the sea.
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What is sonar?
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Final
Jeopary
Question
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Describe the relationship
between frequency and pitch.
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Why do fast particles have a high
pitch and slow particles have a
low pitch?
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