light is a vector, if two light rays converge then wat is the resultant velocity of the Light ray?

Velocity of Light is 3*10^8 mmetres//second

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  • 1 decade ago
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    nothing can go faster than the speed of light (in theory) so the answer is 3*10^8

  • hls
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Unless you have found a way to freeze light, or to boost its velocity, that Einstein never considered, the resultant velocity is still c, 300,000 metres per second

  • light is a vector?????

    i never knew that....

    you can't add up the speed of light if 2 light waves converge...

    the speed is still c...

    but you can add up their amplitudes which is proportional to the intensity...

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