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### Definition of Amplitudes

**1.** amplitude [n] - See also: amplitude

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Amplitudes

### Literary usage of Amplitudes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The California Earthquake of April 18, 1906: Report of the State Earthquake* by Andrew Cowper Lawson, Harry Fielding Reid (1910)

"PERIODS AND **amplitudes**. The study of the seismograms reveals the periods of ...
The **amplitudes** on the two components at right angles to each other do not ..."**2.** *Algebra: An Elementary Text-book, for the Higher Classes of Secondary* by George Chrystal (1904)

"... **amplitudes** of the factors. For we can always find an angle <j> lying between
0 and 2-r, ... tlie sum of the **amplitudes** of tlie n complex numbers. ..."**3.** *Electromagnetic Theory of Light* by Charles Emerson Curry (1905)

"cos 0. tan 00' .(91) where 90 and 0, are to be replaced by their values from
formulae (>ili The **amplitudes** of the Tiyo Refracted Waves.—The **amplitudes** ..."**4.** *Electric Oscillations and Electric Waves: With Application to* by George Washington ( Pierce (1920)

"In the determination of the **amplitudes** in the case of the free ... Determination of
**amplitudes** in Case of the Discharge ot the Primary Condenser with ..."**5.** *The Theory of Sound* by John William Strutt Rayleigh (1896)

"ON THE VIBRATIONS OF COMPOUND SYSTEMS WHEN THE **amplitudes** ARE NOT INFINITELY SMALL.
IN §§ 67, 68 we have found second approximations for the vibrations of ..."**6.** *Elementary Treatise on the Wave-theory of Light* by Humphrey Lloyd (1857)

"The vis viva is preserved ; from which it follows that the masses of ether put
in motion, multiplied by the squares of the **amplitudes** of vibration, ..."**7.** *A Treatise on Physical Optics* by Alfred Barnard Basset (1892)

"We shall now obtain expressions for the ratio of the **amplitudes**, and the difference
... Let B and A be the **amplitudes** of the two components of the incident ..."