1. If the frequency of the sound is increased then the pitch will ___________________ Because______________________________.2. Using your own words describe what happens to the pitch as the frequency increases.

3. Was your hypothesis correct and why?

4. How does changing the amplitude of a sound wave affect the pitch of the sound?

5. If the amplitude of the sound is increased then the pitch will ________________________ Because___________________________________.

6. Using your own words describe what happens to the pitch as the amplitude increases.

7. Was your hypothesis correct, and why?

8. Set up an Oscillating string with No End

9. Write a hypothesis of what you think will happen to the wavelength when amplitude is increased. Write it as an If… then because statement.

10. Using your own words describe what happens to the wavelength as the amplitude increases

11. Was your hypothesis correct and why?

12. Set up an Oscillating string with No End

13. Write a hypothesis of what you think will happen to the wavelength when frequency is increased. Write it as an If… then because statement.

14. Using your own words describe what happens to the wavelength as the frequency increases.

15. Was your hypothesis correct and why?

16. As the frequency of a sound wave increase pitch ________________________________

17. As the amplitude increases pitch ___________________________

18. As amplitude increases wavelength ______________________

19. As the frequency of a wave increases the wavelength ___________________

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Answer 1
Answer: Idk really know exactly but it might be 1.4

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1. b 2. d 3.a 4.c 5.b 6.a The rest is unknown Sorry :(

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Because they can be treated for sicknesses right away rather than in the wild no one really checks up on them on a regular basis and they’re on their own that’s why they live longer.

Answer:How does captivity affect whales and dolphins?

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Attacks – frustration can cause captive whales and dolphins to attack each other and sometimes trainers and members of the public.

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