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by Procheta Mallik

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    • Be careful while handling the scissors

    • Do not push the fingers hard into the ear

  1. Cut the 50 cm thread into two equal halves. Cut the 50 cm thread into two equal halves. Cut the 50 cm thread into two equal halves.
    • Cut the 50 cm thread into two equal halves.

  2. Tie the threads diametrically opposite each other to one end of the slinky spring Make loops at the other end of each string Make loops at the other end of each string
    • Tie the threads diametrically opposite each other to one end of the slinky spring

    • Make loops at the other end of each string

  3. Insert your forefingers through each loop. Shake the slinky and immediately put fingers inside the ears; enjoy the sound! Shake the slinky and immediately put fingers inside the ears; enjoy the sound!
    • Insert your forefingers through each loop.

    • Shake the slinky and immediately put fingers inside the ears; enjoy the sound!

    • Not enough movement or shaking of slinky, thus making less sound.

    • Compare the sounds produced after releasing/shaking the slinky with and without fingers inside the ears.

    • Is it louder when fingers are inside the ears?

    • Does the speed of sound depend on the medium through which it is travelling?

    • Try using a metallic slinky. Compare the difference in the sound made by different materials.

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