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Problem: A screen is illuminated by 512 nm light as shown in the figure below. The distance from the slits to the screen is 6.7 m. How far apart y are the central bright region and the third bright fringe? 1. 1.52482 cm 2. 2.27754 cm 3. 2.74312 cm 4. 1.07854 cm 5. 1.05012 cm 6. 3.2389 cm 7. 3.78953 cm 8. 0.66491 cm 9. 2.37883 cm 10. 7.46025 cm

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A screen is illuminated by 512 nm light as shown in the figure below. The distance from the slits to the screen is 6.7 m. How far apart y are the central bright region and the third bright fringe?

1. 1.52482 cm

2. 2.27754 cm

3. 2.74312 cm

4. 1.07854 cm

5. 1.05012 cm

6. 3.2389 cm

7. 3.78953 cm

8. 0.66491 cm

9. 2.37883 cm

10. 7.46025 cm

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