# HW6 - Homework 6 Physics 204 summer 2008 Part 1 1 Read...

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Homework 6 Physics 204, summer 2008 Part 1 1. Read sections the parts of 11.6 involving lenses and the parts of 11.2 and 11.5 involving interference and the double slit experiment in Physics: The First Science . 2. Chapter 11 guided review 13. 3. Chapter 11 guided review 14. 4. A farsighted person has a near point that is 48.0 cm from her eyes. She wears eyeglasses that are designed to enable her to read a newspaper held at a distance of 25.0 cm from her eyes. Find the focal length of the eyeglasses, assuming each of the following. a. that they are worn 2.0 cm from the eyes b. that they are worn 3.0 cm from the eyes 5. Chapter 11 guided review 11 6. In a Young's double slit experiment, the wavelength of the light used is 505 nm (in vacuum), and the separation between the slits is 3.80 10 6 m. Determine the angle that locates each of the following. a. the dark fringe for which m = 0 b. the bright fringe for which m = 1 c. the dark fringe for which m = 1 d. the bright fringe for which m = 2 e. Draw a picture of the two slits and the interference pattern. Label the bright and dark

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