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Jonathan, this is the simple and most correct answer, but there is a lot to learn to really understand it. There is an explanation along these lines for sophomore college students in The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol III, lecture 6 (but read lectures 4 and 5 first). See e.g. amazon.com/Feynman-Lectures-Physics-Set/dp/0201021153 . Your teacher can probably help.
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