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    OK, I know the whole, for two waves to be in phase, they interfer constructively.

    But my question is , in terms of particles in the medium, what EXACTLY does it mean for two waves to be in phase....?

    I am thinking maybe it means there is NO phase difference in the oscillations of paticles at the same point in both waves....

    WHat do you think?..any idea??
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    In phase means to be moving at simultaneous speeds.
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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    In phase means to be moving at simultaneous speeds.
    hmmm "simultaneous speeds".....hmmm....thanks

    Okay...anyone else...
 
 
 
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