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TEST7 - Frequency of a sound wave is perceived as Correct...

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Frequency of a sound wave is perceived as: Correct Answer: B. pitch. The amplitude of a sound wave produces the perception of: Correct Answer: A. loudness. The purity of sound is produced by its: Correct Answer: B. timbre. The greater the amplitude of a sound wave, the greater its perceived: Correct Answer: B. loudness. The outer, visible portion of the ear is the: Correct Answer: C. None of the answers are correct. Sound energy first enters the ear through the: Correct Answer: A. external auditory canal. The tympanic membrane is also known as the: Correct Answer: B. eardrum. The malleus, incus, and stapes comprise the auditory: Correct Answer: B. auditory ossicles. The stapes is attached to the: Correct Answer: D. oval window. The eustachian tube connects the back of the throat with the: Correct Answer: B. middle ear. The vestibular canal and the tympanic canal are connected through an opening called the: Correct Answer: C. helicotrema. The organ of Corti consists of the: Correct Answer: D. All of the answers are correct. The fluid in the vestibular and tympanic canals is called: Correct Answer: C. perilymph. Unlike perilymph, which is like seawater, endolymph is rich in: Correct Answer: C. potassium.
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The cochlear canal is self-contained and bounded by Reissner's membrane and the: Correct Answer: B. basilar membrane. The inner and outer hair cells are attached to the: Correct Answer: A. basilar membrane.
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