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# Consider two antennas radiating 6.0-MHz radio waves

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Problem 34.56

Consider two antennas radiating 6.0-MHz radio waves inphase with each other. They are located at points S1 and S2,separated by a distance d = 175 m, Fig. 34-30. Determinethe points on the y axis where the signals from the twosources w ill be out of phase (crests of one meet troughs ofthe other). FIGURE 34-30 56.

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Lectures 8 nd Dynamics ­ KINEMATICS describes “how” things move, DYNAMICS describes “why” things move ­ Unbalanced Force causes motion to c hange (Δv ) Force → a physical uantity escribing how hard and in what direction acceleration is moving (push or pull) ­ Requires an agent a nd object ­ Is a vector Contact Force ­ Physically touches o bject ­ The agent is exactly what is in contact with the object Long Range Force ­ Not touching (gravity is the only one

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Consider two antennas radiating 6.0-MHz radio waves