Give reasons,why?
a)We can recognise our family members from their voice without seeing them.
b)The thinner strings of a guitar give out shriller soundthat the thicker strings.

Dear Student,
Please find below the solution to the asked query:

1) Our brain develops a recognition pattern for the voices it hears nearly every day. This way we can not only recognise out family members but also our friends and common people that we meet almost daily.

2) The frequency of the sound produced is inversely proportional to the thickness of the string. As the frequency of the sound increases so does the pitch of the sound and with the increase in the pitch of the sound the shrillness of the sound also increases.

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We can recognize our family by voice without seeing them because we are living by our family for about many years. We hear everyday her/his voice so we can find our family members without seeing them.
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