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If the amplitude of the resultant wave is twice as great as the amplitude of either component wave, and this wave exhibits reinforcement, the component waves must A. have a different frequency than the resultant wave. B. be in phase with each other. C. have a different wavelength than the resultant wave. D. be traveling in the opposite direction of the resultant wave.
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If the amplitude of the resultant wave is twice as great as the amplitude of either component wave, and this wave exhibits reinforcement, the component waves must be in phase with each other.
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If the amplitude of the resultant wave is twice as great as the amplitude of either component wave, and this wave exhibits reinforcement, the component waves must be in phase with each other.
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