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Two waves of amplitude a and xa pass through a region.if x>1, the difference in the maximum and minimum resultant amplitude possible is

Two waves of amplitude a and xa pass through a region.if x>1, the difference in the maximum and minimum resultant amplitude possible is

Grade:12th pass

3 Answers

Mahalakshmi
11 Points
6 years ago
Maximum distance = xa +a    I.e,  it is a Constructive Superposition                    minimum distance  = xa – a   I.e, it is a  Destructive  Superposition
Therefore, difference between maximum  and minimum distance is  xa+a-(xa-a)  =2a
Gaddam Chethan
317 Points
6 years ago
If two periodic waves of amplitudes A1 and A2 pass through a region If A1 get A2 and minimum resultant amplitude possible is 2A2 Here, A1=A,A2=xA . If x1, the difference in the maximum and minimum resultant amplitude possible is.
ankit singh
askIITians Faculty 614 Points
one year ago
Two waves of amplitude A and xA pass through a region . If x1, the difference in the maximum and minimum resultant amplitude possible is. ... If two periodic waves of amplitudes A1 and A2 pass through a region. If A1>A2, the difference in the maximum and minimum resultant amplitude possible is 2A2.

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