Subject: Will size of recipient affect the perception of pitch or tone?
Date: Wed Dec 17 03:47:51 2003
Posted by Marc
Grade level: grad (non-science)
City: Meridian State/Province: Idaho
Area of science: Physics
The size of a sound wave is relative your body size. To a human a high pitch
sound wave has a small tight wave, lets just say it has a modulation as high
as your ear about 2". To a human small. To a mouse the same sound wave ( 2" )
is taller then his body. would it sound like a low pitch tone to the mouse?
Re: Will size of recipient affect the perception of pitch or tone?
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