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2 waves are represented as: y 1 = a sin( p + q + r) y 2 = a cos( p + q) phase difference between them is? What if it was y 1 = a cos( p + q + r) y 2 = a sin( p + q) These questions have very very simple solutions, but I don't know the method, and know only rudimentary trigonometry. Please be very clear and explain in the simplest possible way. Thanks in advance.


2 waves are represented as:

 

y1=  a sin( p + q + r)


y2 = a cos( p + q)

 

phase difference between them is?

 

What if it was 

 

 

y1=  a cos( p + q + r)


y2 = a sin( p + q)

 

 

 

These questions have very very simple solutions, but I don't know the method, and know only rudimentary trigonometry.

 

Please be very clear and explain in the simplest possible way.

 

Thanks in advance.

 


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