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24 June, 13:32

What happens during destructive interference?

the crests and troughs of out-of-phase waves cancel each other out

the crests and troughs of two waves combine into one larger waveform

two waves add their effects to each other

waves move in opposite directions and repel each other

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  1. 24 June, 14:29
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    They will subtract to form a combined wave with a lower amplitude
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