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This following applet is Superposition of two waves
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Superposition of two waves

The following applet shows the superposotion of two waves.
Red curve represent wave move in x direction: y(t)=A*sin(k*x-w*t);
where k=wavelength/(2*pi), w=period/(2*pi)
Cyan curve represent wave move in +x or -x direction: y(t)=A*sin(k*x-w*t+phi) or y(t)=A*sin(k*x+w*t+phi) :Click checkbox same V to select the first one.
Pink curve is the sum of the above two waves.

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