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Chapter 6, Problem 16SG
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Human speech is ___ because it uses continuous (wave form) signals that vary in strength and quality. Most computers are ___, meaning that they recognize only two discrete states: on and off.

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Human speech is “analog” since it uses continuous wave form that differ in strength and quality.

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Human voice:

  • Human speech is analog since it uses constant wave form that differ in strength and quality.
  • Human voice as a waveform ...
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Most computers are “digital” because it recognizes only “ON” and “OFF” state.

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