The sound from the surrounding entering into our ear are collected by pinna. The sound which enters into our ear is not of high amplitude. They are amplified inside our ear.
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The sound from the surrounding entering into our ear are collected by pinna. The sound which enters into our ear is not of high amplitude. They are amplified inside our ear. The part of the ear which does this work is?

(a.) Ear Drum

(b.) Hammer, Anvil and Stirrup

(c.) Ear Canal

(d.) Cochlea
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The correct option of this question is (B).

Explanation : The middle part of the ear amplifies the sound and it consists of three bones, hammer, anvil, and Stirrup.

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