# Answer to Question #14591 in Mechanics | Relativity for priyanka shakya

Question #14591

What is the path difference of two waves having phase difference 60 degrees?

Expert's answer

Path difference d = ( phase difference * λ) / (2 * pi)

d = ( λ * pi / 3) / (2

* pi) = λ / 6, if these waves have a wavelenth of λ.

d = ( λ * pi / 3) / (2

* pi) = λ / 6, if these waves have a wavelenth of λ.

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