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Question #39280

State the principle of superposition. State the condition(s) which must be satisfied by the

differential equation of SHM so that the principle of superposition holds. Two collinear

simple harmonic oscillations, each of amplitude 4 cm, are superposed to obtain an

oscillation of amplitude 4(2+under root 2)^1/2 If the initial phase difference between the

superposing oscillations is now increased by 15°, what will be the amplitude of the

resultant oscillation?

differential equation of SHM so that the principle of superposition holds. Two collinear

simple harmonic oscillations, each of amplitude 4 cm, are superposed to obtain an

oscillation of amplitude 4(2+under root 2)^1/2 If the initial phase difference between the

superposing oscillations is now increased by 15°, what will be the amplitude of the

resultant oscillation?

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