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A signal is amplified when it is strengthened by the application of energy. Humans often amplify electrical and electronic signals for various reasons. Sound and light signals are some signals in nature often amplified by humans. The concept of amplification is ubiquitious in Nature. In fact growth is amplification.
(a) A seed is planted and eventually grows into a tree. Identify the components of the amplification-triad for the planting: the signal, the applied energy and the amplified signal.
(b) A nation is founded and eventually grows into a great nation. Identify the components of the amplification-triad for the nation: the signal, the applied energy and the amplified signal.
S7P5A51 (Physical Change).
Pj Problem of Interest is of type change (physical change). There are also many instances of amplifications that are chemical changes.
The broad amplification context presented here is based on the following broad definition of signals: a signal is any entity in space to which a meaning has been mapped. In other words, if it exists in space and has meaning, it is a signal. For example, a name is a signal and the individual to whom the name has been assigned is also a signal.
(a) The seed is the signal. Water and fertile soil are the initial energy applied. Additional energy (sunlight, carbon dioxide, chlorophyll). The various states of growth represent various states of amplified signals.
(b) the nation is the signal. The human energy (spiritual, intellectual and physical) of the inhabitants of the nation and its resources represent the applied energy. The various states of the nation's growth represent various states of amplified signals.
The point . is a mathematical abstraction. It has negligible size and a great sense of position. Consequently, it is front and center in abstract existential reasoning.
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