how we hear sound

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  • How we hear sound
  • BY: Benjamin Logan
  • Hey, how do Ears work? How can we hear?
  • Well...sound waves enter the ear canal and make the ear drum vibrate . That action moves  the vary small bones in the middle ear. The bones knocks the outer cochlea and send the message to the brain to translate the message Well..Sound waves enter the ear canal and make the ear drum vibrate. This action moves the tiny bones in the middle ear. The bones 'knocks' the outer cochlea and send a message to the brain to be translated.
  • Wow! That is a lot of info can you break it down for me?
  • 1st  The sound wave enter the outer ear from the out side world travel down the ear canal 1st the sound waves enter the outer from the outside world and travel down the ear canal.
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  • Then  the sound waves vibrate  the eardrum. The ear drum vibrates the ear drum  
  • Ok! IThink I under stand it now!
  • Lastly the sound goes through a cool  spiral like thing called the cochlea and in to the brain!!
  • Thanks so much I understand it all very well now!
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