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An elliptically (arbitrarily polarized wave c an be broken up into 

a) Two circularly polarized components rotating in same direction b) Two circularly polarized components rotating in opposite directions c) Two stationary circularly polarized components d) None of these

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An elliptically (arbitrarily polarized wave c an be broken up into Two circularly polarized components rotating in opposite directions 

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