This question is based on General Literary Principles and Literary Appreciation
In a conic-tragedy, the unknotting of the plot, the resolution of the mystery and the resolution of the misunderstanding is called
The resolution of the mystery and the misunderstandings in a tragic play is called the denouement. It is the final part of the play where the knots in the plot are untied, and the audience is provided with the resolution to the story. In simpler terms, it is the moment of revelation where the audience gains a deeper understanding of the play's events and the character's motivations. This is usually followed by the play's climax, where the conflicts are resolved, and the characters' fates are determined.