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THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE Name: Mai Nguyen Video 17. Resonances Class: PHYS 2425 1P1 1. What phenomenon can cause a wine glass to break? resonance 2. What famous bridge fell due to resonance? Tacoma Narrows bridge 3. What determines the quality of a fine instrument? ability to resonate equally 4. How must a force be applied to cause resonance? at its natural frequency 5. What are some key elements of resonance? a forceful voice, exquisite control of frequency, and oscillating
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Unformatted text preview: system 6. How do earthquake frequencies compare to audible sounds? generally very low 7. What plays an Aeolian harp? wind 8. What is the most spectacular Aeolian harp in history? Tacoma Narrows bridge 9. For 4 months, what was a popular sport on the Tacoma Narrows bridge? drive across bridge on a windy day 10. What does Dr. Goodstein do with his wine glass at the end of the video? throws it up in the air...
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