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The figure below shows the circular wave fronts emitted by two sources. Make a table with rows labeled P, Q, and R and columns labeled r1, r2, Δr, and C/D. Fill in the table for points P, Q and R, giving distances as multiples of λ and indicating, with a C or a D, whether the interference at the point is constructive or destructive.
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