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AsleyXoXo

  • one year ago

Destructive interference occurs when two waves meet and they cancel each other out so that no wave exists. True or False

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  1. dave0616
    • one year ago
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    If i remember correctly (and it has been a while since i have done this), what you are stating is a possibility, but destructive could also mean that the wave is simply disrupted, and made smaller. And like i said, it has been a while, but that is what i remember

  2. AsleyXoXo
    • one year ago
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    It was true i figured it out :P thanks for helping

  3. dave0616
    • one year ago
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    no problem! was my answer correct or not even close? haha

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