Billwaa Posted June 2, 2008 Share Posted June 2, 2008 Hi, this is not really a homework question, since I don't understand it at all, I can't really do my homework. And I am having a test on thursday on this... Anyway, I am learning Double Source Interference / Single Source Double Slit Interference in Physics. I understand how some of the node minima, waves are canceled out, and the maxima, wave construct. But I don't get the calculation part of it. All those equations and drawing of triangles. It look really confusing to me, and I don't quite understand it, beside that if a point is equal distance from both sources, then the wave will arrive at the same time. Different distance they don't match or something. It's just the calcuation of the triangles, and the angles and stuffs really confused me. Can someone help me? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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