1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Initially unpolarized light is shining on a series of six polarizers in a row. Each polarizer is rotated by the same angle, θ, relative to the previous polarizer. Choose a fraction (anything less than 1) as your final intensity. What is the angle, θ, such that the final intensity(Sout) equals the initial intensity(Sin) that you chose? Give your answer in degrees. Givens: f = chosen fraction = 1/6 2. Relevant equations Sout = Sin*cos^2θ 3. The attempt at a solution I think that the intensity after each polarizer can be found using the equation Sout = Sin*f. I think I might be more confused about the wording of the problem than anything, but wanted to post on here to see if anyone had any insight for me. Thank you!