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how does resonance work?

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  1. anonymous
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    la résonance fonctionne avec l'intensité maximal et l’impédance est égale à la résistance

  2. anonymous
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    think or energy as + and -... i know that energy doesnt have a sign. but when a wave is at its maximum, its + or - when a wave, is at its maxima (call it +) and you add another + wave to it, it becomes more +, thus more energy. everything has a natural frequency which they vibrate at, and if you have another wave, vibrating witht eh same frequency, the + s will add up to a large amount of energy.

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    While not an entirely rigorous definition, resonance is an amplification phenomenon that results when an external force oscillates at the same frequency as the system itself. Think of pushing a child on a swing. The child oscillates back and forth at a given frequency; when the parent's external shoves coincide exactly with this natural frequency, the amplitude of the child's swings becomes larger and larger. However, if the parent's external forcing is at a frequency that is not in accordance with the child's natural frequency, the swinging can become quite chaotic! The amplitude of the swinging will vary greatly! I hope that solidifies your understanding!

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