Superposition principle of forces and waves, Physics

Superposition principle of forces

The net force onto a body is equivalent to the total forces impressed upon it.

superposition principle of states

The resultant quantum mechnical wavefunction because of two or more individual wavefunctions is the total individual wavefunctions.

superposition principle of waves

The resultant wave function because of two or more individual wave functions is the total individual wave functions.

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