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The membrane-like structure in the ear through which we hear sound is:


  1. None of these

  2. Larynx

  3. Eardrum

  4. Voice box


Solution

The correct option is C

Eardrum


The membrane-like structure in the ear through which we hear sound is the eardrum. The sound hits the eardrum and produces vibrations, which goes to the middle ear, then to the inner ear.

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