1. If the frequency of the sound is increased then the pitch will ___________________ Because______________________________.2. Using your own words describe what happens to the pitch as the frequency increases.
3. Was your hypothesis correct and why?
4. How does changing the amplitude of a sound wave affect the pitch of the sound?
5. If the amplitude of the sound is increased then the pitch will ________________________ Because___________________________________.
6. Using your own words describe what happens to the pitch as the amplitude increases.
7. Was your hypothesis correct, and why?
8. Set up an Oscillating string with No End
9. Write a hypothesis of what you think will happen to the wavelength when amplitude is increased. Write it as an If… then because statement.
10. Using your own words describe what happens to the wavelength as the amplitude increases
11. Was your hypothesis correct and why?
12. Set up an Oscillating string with No End
13. Write a hypothesis of what you think will happen to the wavelength when frequency is increased. Write it as an If… then because statement.
14. Using your own words describe what happens to the wavelength as the frequency increases.
15. Was your hypothesis correct and why?
16. As the frequency of a sound wave increase pitch ________________________________
17. As the amplitude increases pitch ___________________________
18. As amplitude increases wavelength ______________________
19. As the frequency of a wave increases the wavelength ___________________
Idk really know exactly but it might be 1.4
Explain how you know the values of the digits in the number 58
you would look at the place value to find out
I know the value of the digits in 58 because the 8 is the farthest number to the right with no decimal point, while the 5 is the 2nd number to the left with no decimal point.
What’s the answers to text structure worksheet 2
Where's the page that goes with the question?
Read the following short passage.I started for school very late that morning and was in great dread of a scolding, especially because M. Hamel had said that he would question us on participles, and I did not know the first word about them. For a moment, I thought of running away and spending the day out of doors. It was so warm, so bright! The birds were chirping at the edge of the woods; and in the open field back of the sawmill the Prussian soldiers were drilling. It was all much more tempting than the rule for participles, but I had the strength to resist, and hurried off to school.
When I passed the town hall there was a crowd in front of the bulletin board. For the last two years all our bad news had come from there—the lost battles, the draft, the orders of the commanding officer—and I thought to myself, without stopping:
"What can be the matter now?" Which point of view is used in this excerpt?
omniscient objective first person *** limited omniscient
you usually know that it's "first person" when the passage is told from a persons perspective
Which word in the sentence is the participle? The challenging crossword puzzle was created by Arthur Wayne in 1913.
A participant is a verb form that can be used in a the same function as an adjective.
Here it's "challenging": it's a form of the verb "challenge", but it has the same function that an adjective would.
670000 rounded to the nearest ten thousand is
It's already rounded to the nearest ten thousand
It would still be the same answer because the 7 is represented as ten - thousands and you go next door to the 0. If it is higher than 5, it changes but if it is lower, well, I forgot. But I know it stays the the same because you cannot change anything.It is a 0.