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### If two waves meet and are in phase, the result is ______ interference; if two waves meet and are out of phase, the result is ______ interference.

**The Correct Answer is**

**constructive; destructive**

### Reason Explained

constructive; destructive is correct for If two waves meet and are in phase, the result is ______ interference; if two waves meet and are out of phase, the result is ______ interference.

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