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give an example of a physical stimulus for touch, sight, and hearing. name the organs this sense is associated with.

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    A stimulus for touch is a kitten that wants to be petted. It's presence and it's mewing appeal to sight and hearing.

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    a chicken that we want to eat before killing it and cooking it its quacking is the hearing its presence is the sight while cleaning it this is for touch you can smell it and taste it when its ready

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