01_Worksheet - Name _ Worksheet 1 log(10) = log(1000) =...

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Name ___________________ Date _____________ Worksheet 1 - turn in on 1/29 log(10) = log(1000) = What do we call our perception of compressions and rarefactions of the air moving our ear drums? When these compressions and rarefactions recur periodically we say the sound has: When there is no periodicity to these compressions and rarefactions we call this sound: We represent and call these compressions and rarefactions: What is the name of the idealized pure wave form used to represent periodic sound? How do we measure a sound waveform's period (ie: what is the measurement)? What is the relationship of the period (p) of a wave to its frequency (f) ? What is the frequency range of an idealized human ear? The average human ear's highest sensitivity occurs around what frequency? What is the approximate frequency range of a full size piano? What term is used to represent "cycles per second" (long form and abbreviation): A sine wave has a period of .05 millisecond. Its frequency is: The period of a 500 hz wave is:
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course MUSIC STUD 4711 taught by Professor Brokaw during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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