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interference that results in a wave that has a greater amplitude than that of the individual waves
interference that results in a wave that has a smaller amplitude than that of the individual waves
the apparent change in the frequency of a sound caused by the motion of either the listener or the source of the sound (refers to sound only)
the part of the ear where vibrations created by sound are changed into electrical signals for the brain to interpret
what occurs when an object vibrating at or near a resonant frequency of a second object causes the second object to vibrate
"the explosive sound heard when a shock wave from an object traveling faster than the speed of sound reaches a person's ears"
"a wave that forms a stationary pattern in which portions of the wave do not move and other portions move with a large amplitude"
"a medical procedure that uses echoes from ultrasonic waves to "see" inside a patient's body without performing surgery"
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