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Architecture Puzzler #230

If you knew that the six-octave range of human speech was in the mid-frequency range of 125 to 8000 Hz, and if you knew that the range of human hearing extended from the low frequency of 16 Hz to the high frequency of about 20,000, could you guess the range of octaves we can hear?


 

Question from Last Week:
Architecture Puzzler #229

What is a "haha" and where did the term originate?

Thanks to Jessica Tankard, student at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, for this quiz question.  

Answer to Puzzler #229


 

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