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Old 02-19-2006, 10:39 AM
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Unhappy i need project about the ear

please help me. i need to do this by sunday pleeeaasse. help me. it needs to be around the question how your ear interpretes sound-sound and the ear it had to be out of my science book and i can't figure out anything i need a idea
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I don't know if this is applicable, but there's Einstein's theory of relativity. You can ask the question of whether it works for sound waves as well as light waves.

Or you can ask what is the best earmuff (cotton calls, wool, fingers...etc.)

The effect of high frequency sounds and low frequency sounds on the ear. (I don't think this is effective in testing, cause I don't suggest you placing a high pitch on a person for a long duration of time. But maybe for a short while.) Maybe you can place a high/low/medium frequency sound on someone for 10-60 seconds (make sure it doesn't hurt them) and afterwards, give them a very easy math test. 4 times 3, 5 minus 1, but a lot of these questions in a short amount of time. The effect of sound on the mind.

As for other things you can research about is the role of the ear in balance and the effect of pressure on the ear.

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