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Hello class and professor It is very easy to locate sounds with one's ears as compared with perception with one's eyes. This is because our ears are specialized in sensing different sounds ( Wells & Cheek, 2016). Although the ears and eyes work together to enable a person to understand what is happening in the environment and to react accordingly, each plays its purpose best. It can be very beneficial for individuals to combine the advantages of both. For example, if a person notices a falling glass, the person is likely to predict the sound that precedes. It is also important because it is easy to retain the information and remember it in future since more than one sense was utilized. Visual and auditory messages are taken interpreted and stored. Sometimes when a person takes an interest to observe the clouds, he or she tends to see the images that resemble humans and animals. At times when I look up, I see the clouds form elders
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