
#19
Apr1308, 07:13 AM

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Got it! Thanks a WHOLE lot!
There's another follow on question.. Show that interference maxima is given by Ignoring part c) for the time being, how exactly is pr density related to the interference maxima equation? 



#20
Apr1308, 07:14 AM

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Check out the slit interference pages at hyperphysics: http://hyperphysics.phyastr.gsu.edu...opt/slits.html




#21
Apr1308, 07:27 AM

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hmmm, still don't get it.




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Apr1308, 07:29 AM

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#23
Apr1308, 07:34 AM

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how the prob density equation just found is related to the interference equation.




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Apr1308, 07:38 AM

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#25
Apr1308, 07:43 AM

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hmm? It says "Using the results obtained in (a) [The pr density part], show that the interference maxima are given by..."




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#27
Apr1308, 07:13 PM

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What about A (imaginary number?) 



#28
Apr1408, 02:08 AM

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Also, where would lambda come from?




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Apr1408, 04:41 AM

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Apr1408, 06:05 AM

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Apr1408, 06:07 AM

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What is the maximum value of [itex]\cos^2\theta[/itex]?




#34
Apr1408, 06:09 AM

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#36
Apr1408, 06:14 AM

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4????



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