What does resonance result in?
A)Quieter sounds B) frequency, C) amplitude D) Louder sounds.
Resonance results in louder sounds.
In fact, the point at which the sound show maximum amplitude is termed as resonance. Since there is an increase in amplitude, the sound turns louder, and louder. Resonance is the situation, where one body vibrates after being effected by another vibrating body. Let us take an example of two bodies ‘A’ and ‘B’ at vibration.
Let the body A is in vibration at a particular frequency. And then, let the body ‘B’ disturbs with its vibration. Now, ‘A’ imparts some additional frequency, from ‘B’, which leads to resonance. So, if the amplitude increases, the sound produced is huge, and hence louder.
The answer is louder sounds. Resonance is the process, in which a system vibrates with increasing amplitudes, at specific frequencies of excitation. Resonance results in louder sounds. ... This is because of the surrounding environment, resonates with the cavity of the shell .