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SHAWN JAMES

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- Homework Statement
- I had a question on where i use (m+1/2), in the equation dsin(theta)=Lambda(m).

- Relevant Equations
- dsin(theta)=lambda(m)

I thought if the question asks for the first minimum or the first dark fringe you use (m+1/2) but i am not getting the right answer. I was hoping if someone could tell me in what situations the (m+1/2) would apply? Thanks in advance.