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Old Jan 18th 2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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Resonance,Resonance frequency,natural frequency?

Say here is an empty bottle of coke., and you know for sure that
the bottle resonates most at 320hz.
when the bottle resonates, the bottle will vibrate.
the question is,
1.if the bottle also resoates at 318hz( bu not most), will the bottle vibrate 318 times per second or 320times per second.?

2.What is the difference between resonance frequency and resonance frequency?? Aren't they basically the same??
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Old Feb 7th 2013, 12:33 PM   #2
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Smile resonance

It wont. Because at 318Hz the bottle is not up to the threshold of where it starts to resonate.
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