Resonance

Unit 5: Waves
Lesson 5 of 15

Objective: Students apply the definition of resonance to a variety of real-life examples.

Big Idea: Resonance is a vibration of large amplitude in a mechanical system caused by a small periodic stimulus of the same frequency as the natural frequency of the system.

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Waves, Science, interference (Waves), frequency (Waves), resonance, standing waves, physics, period (Waves), natural frequency
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