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Two waves are superposed. one wave has an amplitude of 5 cm, and other has an amplitude of 4 cm. What is the resultant a

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Two waves are superposed. one wave has an amplitude of 5 cm, and other has an amplitude of 4 cm. What is the resultant amplitude?

Two waves are superposed. one wave has an amplitude of 5 cm, and other has an amplitude of 4 cm. What is the resultant amplitude?
If both waves have the same wavelength, then the amplitude of their sum could be anything between 1 cm and 9 cm, depending on the phase angle between them.If the waves have different wavelengths, then the resultant is a beat with an amplitude of 9 cm. ...

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