d sinθ = (m + 1⁄2)λ describes the condition for destructive interference in double-slit interference.

In Young’s double-slit experiment the equation d sinθ = (m + 1⁄2) λ specifies the condition for

a) constructive interference with the maximum in the fringe of order m

b) constructive interference with the minimum in the fringe of order m

c) destructive interference with the maximum in the fringe of order m

d) destructive interference with the minimum in the fringe of order m

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