Answer please....

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meegal90
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Answer please....

Postby meegal90 » Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:28 am

Six simple harmonic oscillations each of same frequency and equal amplitude are superposed. The phase difference between any two consecutive oscillations i.e., φn – φn-1 = Δφ is constant, where φn is the phase of the nth oscillation. If the resultant amplitude of the superposition is zero, what is the phase difference Δφ?

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kangaroo
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Re: Answer please....

Postby kangaroo » Thu Jun 07, 2012 10:32 am

Seriously, can we ban people like these please? F***ing pieces of inept amoebas!

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Re: Answer please....

Postby blackcat007 » Wed Sep 19, 2012 12:29 am

meegal90 wrote:Six simple harmonic oscillations each of same frequency and equal amplitude are superposed. The phase difference between any two consecutive oscillations i.e., φn – φn-1 = Δφ is constant, where φn is the phase of the nth oscillation. If the resultant amplitude of the superposition is zero, what is the phase difference Δφ?

Step wise answer please....

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