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We are able to hear when sound waves of a certain frequency and intensity reach our ears. Sound waves are vibrations of varying intensity and frequency which travel through the air. The pitch of frequency of any sound is determined by the number of waves or vibrations per second that reach a certain point. The loudness of a sound is related to the pressure of the waves and the corresponding force with which they strike a given point.
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