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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PILIPPINES

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ACOUSTICS & LIGHTING


Preliminary Examination NAME: _________________________________STUDENT#: ___________ DATE__________ INSTRUCTOR:___________________________SUBJECT____________________________ I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the best answer.

_____ 1. A sound produced by human voice. a. Speech c. Pitch b. Timbre d. Wavelength _____ 2. A sound that entails an annoyance factor. a. Wanted Sound c. Direct Sound b. Unwanted Sound d. Airborne Sound _____ 3. A soundwave which move through materials or structures a. Airborne Sound c. Strength Borne Sound b. Structure Borne Sound d. South Borned Sound _____ 4. Deals with the technical application of mechanical waves in basic scientific research, Industry and medicine. a. Electro Acoustics c. Psycho Acoustics b. Environment Acoustics d. Sonics _____ 5. Sound produced by impact or vibrating medium or surfaces. a. Wave c. Noise b. Wavelength d. Intensity _____ 6. The amount of energy of sound. It is often referred to as loudness of sound. a. Wavelength c. Pitch b. Intensity d. Frequency _____ 7. The number of oscillation or cycles per unit of time. a. Wavelength c. Pitch b. Intensity d. Frequency _____ 8. Reaction of human being to audible sound. The effect of prolonged esposure on a person s ear relative to age. The Mechanics of hearing of the human ear and the causes of deafness. a. Sonics c. Psycho Acoustics b. Electro Acoustics d. Environment Acoustics _____ 9. It deals with the effect of environment on audible sound waves. a. Sonics c. Psycho Acoustics b. Electro Acoustics d. Environment Acoustics _____ 10. Science of sound & vibration dealing with the production of the propagation & Absorption of sound. a. Acoustics & Lighting c. Lightings b. Acoustics d. Noise control II. ENUMERATION:

11-13. Three Common Elements of Sound. 14. Unit of Intensity 15-17. Three Units of Frequency III. ______18. Soundwaves that propagates from a source to receiver without obstruction is called.. a. Absolute sound c. Unknown sound b. Distant sound d. Direct sound ______19. Sound can travel through a medium such as air, liquid and solid but Not through.. a. empty room c. Aluminum b. Vacuum d. Light ______ 20. Sound waves passes around obstruction & through small openings. a. Diffusion c. Reflection b. Diffraction d. Resonance

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It is the scattering of sound waves in different direction. a. Diffusion c. Reflection b. Diffraction d. Resonance

______22. Reflect sound back to one focal point. Sound rays converge. a. Concave Surface c. Direct Sound b. Convex Surface d. Directional Sound ______23. Is the persistence of sound after the source of sound has stopped due to the propagation of reflected sound. a. Reverberation c. Directional Sound b. Reverberation Time d. Direct Sound] ______ 24. Used for measuring overall sound intensity. Consist of microphone that converts thesound pressure in air to corresponding electric signal. a. Sound intensity meter c. Octave band sound meter b. Sound level meter d. Octave band sound level meter ______ 25. The sum of: 93dB + 92dB = a. 92db c. 95db b. 93db d. 96db _____ 26. Branch of acoustics in which effect of sound environment is on audible sound waves. a. Psycho c. Electro b. Enviro d. Sonics _____ 27. Based on the frequency of sound vibrations (slow frequency give deep or low tones). This refers to a. Sound Level c. Cycles b. Pitch d. Loudness _____ 28. Sound relies upon both energy and frequency refers to.. a. Loudness c. Timbre b. Pitch d. Intensity _____ 29. Normal hearing range is from lower limit (15 cycles) up to.. a. 25,000 cycles c. 15,000 cycles b. 200,000 cycles d. 20,000 cycles _____ 30. Tones lower than limit (15 cycles) affect the ear a. gives noisy effect c. cause deafness b. not detected d. all of the above _____ 31. Tones above high limits a. gives noisy effect c. give noisy effect & cause deafness b. not detected d. all of the above _____ 32. Two sound may have the same basic frequency & the same overtones, but if the dispersal of energy among the overtones is different they will seem different to the ear. a. Timbre c. Music b. Loudness d. none of the above _____ 33. A sound that does not travel in a direct line is called a. Auditory Cues c. Secondary cues b. Binaural Cues d. None of the above _____ 34. It is a localization of sound that hearing with both ears are present a. Auditory Cues c. Secondary cues b. Binaural Cues d. None of the above _____ 35. Under localization of sound, sound sources can be determined by head movement. a. Auditory Cues c. Secondary cues b. Binaural Cues d. None of the above _____ 36. Due to long term & repeated exposure to loud sound, causes hearing impairment called a. Sociocusis or nerve deafness c. Presbycusis b. Nosocusis d. none of the above _____ 37. To find the total absorption or sound in a room is by a. Compute the total surface area then multiply by their respective coefficient. b. Compute the total surface area then multiply by he range of frequency. c. Compute the surface area multiply by their respective intensity. _____ 38. A hearing impairment due to increasing age is called a. Sociocusis or nerve deafness c. Presbycusis b. Nosocusis or deafness d. none of the above _____ 39. Cause by accident & diseases. a. Sociocusis or nerve deafness c. Presbycusis b. Nosocusis d. none of the above

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It is the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence & the reflected angle ray lies in the plane of incidence. a. Law of reflection c. Law of diffraction b. Law of diffusion d. All of the above The time it took sound to decay in a room. a. Reververation time c. decay sound b. Reververation d. sound wave Unit of surface absorption is expressed by ___________, & can be computed either by square feet & square meter. a. Sabin c. Hz b. db d. Frequency A sound heard as perfectly as possible, heard at the right level or loudness, heard without pain or stain. a. Wanted sound c. Speech b. Music d. Noise Sound which originated and propagates through air. a. Air borne sound c. South borned Sound b. Structure borne d. Direct Sound Is a form of energy propagates in waves. It is a mechanical wave motion traveling through a medium possessing inetia & elasticity and travels at different velocities depending upon the medium . a. sound c. Noise b. Light d. Acoustics The Sum of: 12 db + 13db= a. 16db c. 14db b. 15db d. 17db The Sum of: 19db + 86db = a. 88db c. 86db b. 22db d. 105db The Sum of: 25db + 30db = a. 30db c. 56db b. 31db d. 55db The Sum of: 200db + 200db = a. 400db c. 203db b. 200db d. 202db The Sum of: 1db + 3db = a. 5db c. 6db b. 4db d. 20db

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