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anonymous
 one year ago
Light passes through a double
slit and produces images on a screen that is 20.0 m away.
If the secondorder bright image is form
ed at a distance of
0.720 m from the central
maximum, how far from the central maximu
m will the thirdorder bright image be
formed?
anonymous
 one year ago
Light passes through a double slit and produces images on a screen that is 20.0 m away. If the secondorder bright image is form ed at a distance of 0.720 m from the central maximum, how far from the central maximu m will the thirdorder bright image be formed?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i know the formula to use is wavelenth=xd/nl , but i am confused they give info about the 2nd order and then they ask for the 3rd? kinda confusd

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0d=20,x=0.720,n=2, right?
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