Discipline: Science

Grade Level: 8

Course: Physical Science

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What Are the Causes and Effects of Noise Pollution?
The act or process of being reduced in size or volume by pressure or force.
The number of repetitions of vibrations in a specific amount of time, measured in hertz.
An auditory attribute of tone that may be used to order sounds on a frequency scale.
A substance in the environment that has harmful effects; something that contaminates soil, water, or the atmosphere.
Students are presented with an open-ended question and given a short, set amount of time to write their response.
A decrease in density and pressure in a medium due to the passage of a wave.
The distance between successive corresponding peaks or crests of a wave of light, heat, sound, or other energy.
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