# What phase difference between two identical waves, moving in the same direction along a stretched...

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What phase difference between two identical waves, moving in the same direction along a stretched string, results in a combined wave having an amplitude 1.5 times?

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Wave is defined as the type of motion produced by the misalignment of two things. In this motion, the system is moving along a path by maintaining an oscillation about its zero position. The waves can be evaluated on the basis of their frequency as well as amplitude.

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