Q. 66 B4.6( 30 Votes )
What is ultrasound? State two uses of ultrasound.
Ultrasounds mean the sounds having frequency greater than 20,000Hz.
The uses of ultrasound are:
1. They are used in sonography.
2. They used in radars.
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