Terms & Definitions - Module 21
Match the following definitions (or descriptions) to the terms listed below them.
The correct answer is indicated by the "==========".
  1. A sound wave with a single frequency which is a part of a set of waves of different frequencies. The entire set of waves would lead to a complex tone.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone ==========
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis

  2. In a musical tone, the lowest frequency of vibration.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency ==========
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis

  3. A mathematical method to separate a periodic wave into a set of simpler sine waves.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis ==========

  4. A wave with a frequency which is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency in a tone.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic ==========
    8. Fourier analysis

  5. The highness or lowness of a musical tone.
    1. Pitch ==========
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis

  6. The timbre of a musical sound, related to the number and intensities of partial tones.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality ==========
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis

  7. The power carried by a sound wave, per square meter.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity ==========
    3. Loudness
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis

  8. A sensation we perceive related to the intensity of a sound.
    1. Pitch
    2. Intensity
    3. Loudness ==========
    4. Quality
    5. Partial tone
    6. Fundamental frequency
    7. Harmonic
    8. Fourier analysis


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