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Week 5 Worksheet0 - BILD 2, Professor Fortes TA: Anna...

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BILD 2, Professor Fortes Handout 4 TA: Anna Gruzman agruzman@ucsd.edu ) 10/25/10 The Ear: Which we spent a really long time on! 1. a. Outer ear: b. Between outer and inner ear: ______________________________ c. Middle ear: three small bones: ______________________________ and the_________________________ ( a membrane), opens into Eustachian tube d. ____________________ : fluid filled chambers (semicircular canals and the cochlea) 2. Use the diagram below to explain the journey of sound from a plucked guitar string to your brain. A: http://www.hearingprofessionals.co.nz/Images/The-Human-Ear.gif Still confused? Want more information and better pictures?
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http://www.sumanasinc.com/webcontent/animations/content/soundtransduction.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTiGskc1o48 3. What prevents pressure waves from reverberating inside the ear and causing a prolonged sensation? 4. Volume: ______________________ Pitch: _________________ Organs of Equilibrium 5. What are the organs of equilibrium and how do they work?
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