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Monochromatic light passes through two parallel narrow slits and forms an interference pattern on a screen. As the distance between the two slits is decreased, the distance between light bands in the pattern on the screen will decrease. increase. remain the same.

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  1. Mashy Group Title
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    hmmm.. what do you think?

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    I wanna say decrease but I'm not sure

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    ermm check this image.. and imagine bringing the screen closer .. http://www.cabrillo.edu/~jmccullough/Applets/Other_Applet_Images/Fluids_Oscillations_Waves/Interference%20of%20Water%20Waves%20II.JPG

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    So it would be increase?

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    imagine bringing the screen closer.. it appears to increase?

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    yes.

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    no.. it decreases :-/

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    That's what I said the first time. You could've just said that I was right.

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    But thanks anyway!!! =)

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    no.. i wanted you to be sure..so i gave the picture.. but it didn't help that much anyways :P

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    I have ADHD and Astigmatism so I tend to see things differently, literally.

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    ADHD is just a mythe :-/..

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    myth*

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    Trust me Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is not a myth. It really just means that you're someone who is naturally hyper and has a hard time paying attention. ADD is the same thing just without the hyper activeness. (I maybe 15 but I'm not stupid. If I was I wouldn't be in 11th grade)

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