In its native form, human speech is an oscillatory disturbance in the air, which varies in ___

In its native form, human speech is an oscillatory disturbance in the air, which varies in terms of its_________.

A. Volume or power (amplitude)
B. Pitch or tone (frequency)
C. Both (A) and (B)
D. Analog signals

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Answer: C

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