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Frequency is determined by how fast the sound producing objects vibrates.
Frequency is the number of waves that move past a point in one second. In the diagram, if the sound waves move from the speaker, through the air, and into the ear in one second, what is the frequency of the sound?
Frequency = 6 waves per second
Pitch is how high or low a sound is.
Pitch depends on the frequency of a sound.
In the diagram:
Wave A and B have the same frequency, but A is louder.
Waves A and B have the same pitch.
Waves C and D have the same frequency, but C is louder.
Waves C and D have the same pitch.
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