1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data https://portal.utoronto.ca/courses/1/Fall-2014-PHY100H5-F-LEC0101/ppg/quiz%2061016132114/f1q2g1.jpg The figure shows two sets of water waves, created by two sources labeled "A" and "B." The solid half-circles represent wave crests from A, and the dashed half-circles represent wave crests from B. Suppose that individual wave crests from either source A or source B alone are 5 mm above the level of the undisturbed water. Then the displacement of the water [above or below the level of the undisturbed water] at the point marked "x" [with the arrow pointing toward it] is A.) -10 mm. B.) 0 mm. C.) +5 mm. D.) +10 mm. E.) -5 mm. 2. Relevant equations N/A 3. The attempt at a solution I think it would be E.) -5mm because if we are just taking one wave set alone (either A or B) then there would be no interference from the other wave set and if the displacement from rest is 5mm then the opposite displacement must be equal in magnitude...? But I don't actually know...I'm just thinking it out....would you please correct me if I'm wrong? Thanks in advance!