Sound creates vibrations in our ear. We listen sound and understand it. But after this in which form of energy does it gets converted into?
Asked by Vishalgarg1234 | 29th Nov, 2018, 07:20: PM
When sound reaches a person ear it vibrate the ear drum . The vibration of eardrum then forward by three small and thin bone to Snell like structure. Which manipulate the sound and send to brain which tell us what we are listening.
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Answered by Ankit K | 29th Nov, 2018, 11:44: PM
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