Maxwell's Equations say about the velocity of electromagnetic wave..Does Maxwell's equations also say about path of the electromagnetic wave i.e. light?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I want to know how to find the path of light from Maxwell's equations? Or it says only about velocity?

One more question, what is the path of gravitational wave? is it also the path with shortest time as like light? if light is affected by gravity then,intuitively,gravitational wave should also be affected by electric and magnetic fields? isn't it? what does Maxwell say about this?

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# Maxwell's Equations and Path of light & Gravitational wave

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