For a vibrations lab experiment, our group decided to determine the resonance of 3 wines glasses, conical, cylindrical, spherical. I know that on Wikipedia they have these equations. What they don't have is how they derived them. I would like to know the math behind these. I've tried searching on the web but to no luck. Is there any place I could find out more or does anyone here know anything about them? Thanks for any help(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Derivation of Equations of Resonance

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