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Question #7347

Two collinear harmonic oscillations are made to superpose. If their displacements are represented as:

x1 = 2a cos t and x2 = 3a cos (t + )

Calculate the amplitude of the resultant oscillation when the phase difference is

(i) 2, (ii) 0, (iii) /2 and (iv) .

x1 = 2a cos t and x2 = 3a cos (t + )

Calculate the amplitude of the resultant oscillation when the phase difference is

(i) 2, (ii) 0, (iii) /2 and (iv) .

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