Shubham kumar Mahanta Asked a Question
June 21, 2021 10:07 pmpts 30 pts
Example. Six simple harmonic oscllations each of same frequency and equal amplitude are SuDerposed. The phase difference between any two consecutive oscillations i.e., superposed. The constant, where , is the phase of the nh oscillation. If the resultant amplitude of the superposition is zero, what is the phase difference Aộ ? Ao is = Aộ is - (lIT JAM Physics 2011) (A) (B) 3 Tt (C) 2 (D) 2p Solution. (D) Resultant amplitude of the superposition of n SHM is asin(ns/2 sin(6/2) where, 8= no= A¢ R=- R- asin(no sin (nö /2) =0nð/2 0 sin (8/2) =T A =27
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  • Ravi bhushan thankyou
    Here is the detailed solution. Option d is the correct answer.
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  • Shubham kumar Mahanta
    how to find resultant amplitude of superposition of SHM
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