1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Light with wavelengths of 520 nm and 630 nm passes through a diffraction grating that contains 6000lines/cm. a) Sketch a diagram of the image produced from m = 0 to m = 2. Label the order of each fringe. b) Calculate the angles for the first and second order maxima that would appear on the screen. c) What is the lowest value of m for which the 520 nm line no longer exists? Justify your answer. d) Compare the appearance of the fringe at m=0 with all the others. 2. Relevant equations SinΘ= mΛ/d d= 1m/6.0x10^5lines d=1.67x10^-6m/line 3. The attempt at a solution I am taking a learn at home course and this material is very new to me. I don't want to be told answers I'm just having a lot of difficulty grasping the entire concept of light if I'm being honest. I have used the equation to solve for b and c. The issue I'm having, perhaps I am over thinking it, is that I do not know how to sketch the diagram of the maxima and fringes. How am I to know the distances between fringes and the maxima? I tried to look through other equations in previous chapters but they require another variable, L, which I do not have. Of course without the sketch I cannot solve D. I was just hoping someone could help guide me into figuring it out on my own.