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# How fast is 1G in mph?

## How can we hear sound Class 8?

We hear Sound through Our Ears: The sound wave passes through the ear canal to thin and stretched membrane called eardrum or tympanum. The ear drum vibrates and produces vibrations. (ii) The vibrations are amplified by the three bones of the middle ear called hammer, anvil and stirrup.

## How do you write a phone call in a story?

You write a one-sided phone conversation in a screenplay by writing “(Character name) answers the phone.” Then write the dialogue as if the person was talking to someone else. After the conversation is over, you can end the scene and leave your character on the phone, or you can write “(Character name) hangs up.”

## How fast is 9 g force in mph?

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8 Miles Per Hour Per Second to Standard Gravity = 0.3647 500 Miles Per Hour Per Second to Standard Gravity = 22.7927
9 Miles Per Hour Per Second to Standard Gravity = 0.4103 600 Miles Per Hour Per Second to Standard Gravity = 27.3512

## How do you describe sounds?

Sounds are often described as loud or soft; high-pitched or low-pitched. These words are commonly used to describe, or characterize, how sounds are perceived. Scientists, on the other hand, describe sounds with characteristics that can be measured using instruments.

## What sound does a telephone make?

The telephone line can give three types of sounds: 1) a continuous sound without breaks meaning that the line is ready and you can dial your number; 2) long sounds meaning that the receiver is getting your call; 3) short sounds meaning that the line is busy.

## How fast is 7 g force in mph?

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7 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 153.558 400 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 8774.7405
8 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = 175.4948 500 Standard Gravity to Miles Per Hour Per Second = /td>

## Can a human survive Mach 20?

Our bodies are surprisingly resilient in many situations, but rapid acceleration is not one of them. While the human body can withstand any constant speed—be it 20 miles per hour or 20 billion miles per hour—we can only change that rate of travel relatively slowly.

## Can sound spread out in all directions?

Sound vibrations, then, travel outwards in all directions in waves from a sound source. As they travel outwards the energy they contain becomes dissipated and therefore the sound becomes weaker the further it is from the source. The shape of a sound wave with no obstacles in its way would be approximately spherical.