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Sound Intensity Level (dB) JND (dB) 200 Hz 1000 Hz If a singer has trouble holding the loudness of a note perfectly, but she still wants to impress her audience with a demonstration of steady loudness, it’s better for her to: A) Sing quietly and low pitched B) Sing quietly and high pitched C) Sing loudly and low pitched D) Sing loudly and high pitched 0.5 1.5 40 80
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Sound Intensity Level (dB) JND (dB) 200 Hz 8 kHz 1000 Hz If a singer has trouble holding the loudness of a note perfectly, but she still wants to impress her audience with a demonstration of steady loudness,, it’s better for her to A) Sing quietly and low pitched B) Sing quietly and high pitched C) Sing loudly and low pitched D) Sing loudly and high pitched E) Something else 40 80
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10k SIL (deciBels) Frequency (in Hz) 100 1000 0 100 What loudness and frequency are at this point indicated by the dot and arrow on the graph? A) 100 Hz, 100 dB B) 1000 Hz, 100 dB C) 10,000 Hz, 100 dB D) 1000 Hz, 50 dB E) 100 Hz, 50 dB
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Pick the correct interpretation of the Fletcher-Munson graph: A) Low pitches (around 100 Hz) are harder to hear than medium pitches (around 1 kHz). B) Medium pitches (around 1 kHz) are harder to hear than low pitches (around 100 Hz). C) High pitches (around 10
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