what are superimposing waves ? explain with the example ?

Asked by shiv nandan | 21st Aug, 2010, 12:00: AM

Expert Answer:

Superimposing waves are any two waves which arrive at the same point in the medium, so that they interfere with each other.
For example, if we drop two pebbles in still pond at differenet point the water waves that reach at a common point are superimposing waves.
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Answered by  | 23rd Aug, 2010, 12:43: PM

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