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The type of interference that produces bright regions, when waves are in phase with each other, is called: destructive B. diffuse C. constructive D....


3.The type of interference that produces bright regions, when waves are in phase with each other, is called:

  A. destructive

  B. diffuse

  C. constructive

  D. specular

4. Electric current flows through a circuit at a rate of .05 A. How much time would it take for 10 C of charge to pass a given point?

 

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