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Problem: Phonation refers to:A. The quality of a person's voiceB. How well a person can singC. How loud a person can yellD. What pitch a person can reach

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Phonation: process of producing vocal sound by the vibration of the vocal folds that is in turn modified by the resonance of the vocal tract.


Pitch of sound: dependent on the tension in the vocal cords

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Phonation refers to:

A. The quality of a person's voice

B. How well a person can sing

C. How loud a person can yell

D. What pitch a person can reach

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