Published on March 3, 2014
They differ from one another in three ways, namely : (a) Loudness or Intensity (b) Pitch (c) quality
LOUDNESS and ITENSITY
Amplitude • Amplitude is the maximum displacement from a wave’s equilibrium position.
Sound Intensity increases as the amplitude and area of the vibrating body increase.
Loudness also depends on the listener.
Energy is always carried by sound waves.
Loud sounds have greater amplitude than soft sounds.
Sound waves travel in all direction.
Bel is the unit of sound intensity. It is named after Alexander Graham Bell.
Decibel- small unit
Noise is an irritating sound cause by irregular vibration at the source.
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