1. The American Television Systems Committee (ATSC) sets the standards for high-definition television (HDTV). One of the approved HDTV formats is 720p, which means 720 horizontal lines scanned progressively - one line after another in sequence. Suppose the 720 lines are displayed on a television with a screen that is 28 inches high, and that the light coming from the screen has a wavelength of 505 nm. If the pupils of your eyes have a diameter of 5.5 mm, what is the closest you can be to the TV before seeing the individual horizontal lines? (This is the minimum acceptable viewing distance.) 2. Rayleigh''s Criterion: theta min = 1.22 (lambda/D); L = (y/ (tan theta min)) 3. To find theta min, I did 1.22 ((505*10^-9)/1.36)/0.0055) and got 8.237 * 10^-5 rad. I divided the wavelength by 1.36 since that is the index of diffraction for the eye. Then, I plugged it into the L = equation: L= 0.7112 m /tan (8.237*10^-5) and got a final answer of 8634, which is incorrect. Where did I go wrong? Thank you!