28/03/2020 Superposition of Waves(Senior Class Physics Study by Topics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Superposition of Waves(Senior Class Physics Study by Topics) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. The superposition of two waves createsInterferenceLightCompressionsHigher frequencies2. Which is different from others by units?Loudness of soundPoisson’s ratioPhase differenceMechanical equivalent3. Visible of light has a wavelength of5 e-7 m6 e3 m4 e4 m3 e8 m4. If two waves are in phase and have the same amplitude then resultant wave hasthrice of amplitude of single wavetwice of amplitude of single wavesame amplitude as single wavehalf of amplitude of single wave5. A taunt wire is clamped at two points 1.0m apart. It plucked near one end. Which are the three longest wavelength present on the vibrating wire?2.0 m, 1.0 m and 0.67 m1.0 m, 0.50 m and 0,25 m2.0 m, 1.0 m and 0.50 m1.0 m, 0.67 m and 0.50 m6. If two sound waves having a phase difference of 60°, then they will have a path difference of _____ʎ/3ʎ/6ʎ3ʎ7. Two waves with phase difference 180° have resultant of amplitudedoubles the single wavesame as the single waveonezero8. Constructive interference happens when two waves arein frontzero amplitudein phaseout of phase9. A transverse wave passes through a string with the equationy=10sinπ(0.02x-2t)Where x is in metres and t in seconds. What is the maximum velocity of the particles in wave motion?78m/s100m/s63m/s121m/s10. Splitting of white light in to constituent colors is calleddispersionrefractiondiffractionreflection11. Which of the following is always true for a stationary wave?The particles in the wave oscillate perpendicularly to the direction of wave travelNo energy is transferred from one end of the wave to the other.All particles have the same amplitude.All particles vibrate in simple harmonic motion with the same frequency as the wave12. A loudspeaker at position S emits sound of a single frequency. The sound travels to Leo who is at position L, both through a straight path and after reflection from a wall as shown.As Leo walks directly towards the wall, the sound alternates between loud and soft. Which of the following changes would result in an increase in the distance between loud and soft sounds?Moving the loudspeaker closer to the wall.Moving the loudspeaker towards L.Increasing the loudness of the sound emitted by the loudspeaker.Increasing the frequency emitted by the loudspeaker.13. Microwaves have wavelength of about20 cm30 cm40 cm10 cm14. Two transverse waves overlap. Crests overlap with troughs. Troughs overlap with crests. The waves areOut-of-synchronicityIn-phaseIn-synchronicityOut-of-phase15. A wire is stretched over two supports, Q and R, a distance 4x apart. Three light pieces of paper rest on the wireWhen the wire is made to vibrate at one particular frequency, the middle piece of paper stays on, but the others fall off the wire.The wavelength of the vibration produced on the wire?4x3x2x8x16. The waves, in which the particles of the medium vibrate in a direction perpendicular to the direction of wave motion, is known as ______Magnetic wavesLongitudinal wavesPropagated wavesTransverse waves17. A stationary wave is set up on a stretched string XY as shown.At which point(s) will the oscillation be exactly in phase with that at P?2 only1, 2 and 33 only1 and 2 only18. A double-slit interference experiment is set up as shown.Fringes are formed on the screen which is 40.0 cm away. The distance between the slits is 9.0 cmapart. The microwave source has a wavelength of 2.0 cm and intensity of I.What is the resultant intensity at X?zero2ll4l19. Coherent sources emit waves that haveconstant phase differencevarying phase differencesincreasing phase differencedecreasing phase difference20. For a wave propagating in a medium, identify the property that is independent of the others.WavelengthsFrequencyVelocityAll these depend on each other21. Effect of diffraction is greatest if waves pass through a gap with width equal towavefrontamplitudewavelengthfrequency22. Two transverse waves overlap. Crests overlap with crests. Troughs overlap with troughs. The waves areOut-of-synchronicityIn-synchronicityOut-of-phaseIn-phase23. Fringes are referred to asmaximanormal pointsnodesminima24. The waves produced by a motor boat sailing in water are __________Longitudinal and transverseTransverseLongitudinalStationary25. A boat at anchor is rocked by waves, whose crests are 100m apart and velocity is 25m/s. The boat bounces up once in every ____4s2500s75s0.25s26 out of 25Time is Up!