Hi

I believe the maximum phase difference possible between two waves is 90°. Suppose we have two waves. When the wave A is just starting out which means its phase is 0∏ or 2π, the wave B is at its 3∏/4 (correction:

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PG

I believe the maximum phase difference possible between two waves is 90°. Suppose we have two waves. When the wave A is just starting out which means its phase is 0∏ or 2π, the wave B is at its 3∏/4 (correction:

**3∏/2**) phase. From wave A's perspective, wave B is lagging behind by 90° but from wave B's perspective the wave A is leading it by 90°. Would there be a difference mathematically? Perhaps, in one way, phase difference is 90° but in other way it's -90°. Please help me with it. Thanks.Regards

PG

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