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What happens if two sound waves having the same frequency interfere in phase? -the amplitude of the resultant wave is less than the amplitude of the two individual waves -the amplitudee of the resultant wave is greater than the amplitude of either of the two individual waves -the amplitude of the resultant wave isequal to the mean of the amplitude of the two individual waves -the amplitude of the resultant wave is equal to the amplitude of the individual wave with the greater amplitude i think its the second one what do you think it is??

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    Correct!

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    yay!^.^

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