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the equations are

1--##R.P=\frac{8}{\Theta}##

2--##D=f\sqrt{8(1-\frac{m\lambda}{2nd})}##

3--##V=\frac{2R}{1+R^{2}}##

4--##I_{sp}=\frac{8}{\pi^{2}}I_o##

i would be grateful is someone can tell me their names ( if you remember them )

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- Thread starter Pual Black
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the equations are

1--##R.P=\frac{8}{\Theta}##

2--##D=f\sqrt{8(1-\frac{m\lambda}{2nd})}##

3--##V=\frac{2R}{1+R^{2}}##

4--##I_{sp}=\frac{8}{\pi^{2}}I_o##

i would be grateful is someone can tell me their names ( if you remember them )

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Very few do and the name is not really relevant for the understanding.

It does not matter what you call them. You should try to understand what they mean.

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Well it would help a lot if we could see the paper. Is it available via an on-line link? Is it copyrighted?

the equations are

1--##R.P=\frac{8}{\Theta}##

2--##D=f\sqrt{8(1-\frac{m\lambda}{2nd})}##

3--##V=\frac{2R}{1+R^{2}}##

4--##I_{sp}=\frac{8}{\pi^{2}}I_o##

i would be grateful is someone can tell me their names ( if you remember them )

And as already said, they may not have names per se.

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anyway these equation are from a paper about optics.

i wanted there names so i can derive them and use them in a better way if i know where they come from. Yes i will get them in the next weeks from the prof. but i thought it would be a good idea to look them from now and be prepared for them.

i tried to write these equations in google but with no results.

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Any serious paper or book will give the meaning of the symbols right after the first time they show up. Unless there is a table with all the symbols at the end or beginning (for books).

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