Contrast the amplitude and energy of the sound waves you make when you shout across a room with the sound waves you make when you speak softly.

Marisol Rivers 2022-07-22 Answered
Contrast the amplitude and energy of the sound waves you make when you shout across a room with the sound waves you make when you speak softly.
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Answered 2022-07-23 Author has 11 answers
As stated, the amplitude is the disturbance of a particle from the resting position. The disturbance is due to the energy that was placed upon the particle which means that the higher the amplitude, the more energy it contains.
When shouting, the amplitude and energy is higher than when you speak softly.
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