from which we may solve for y. To the order of (d/D)2we find yydD=++022242ch, where y0= 10Dλ/d. Thus, we find the percent error as follows: yy dyDDdD00022242121018125892000182040+=FHGIKJ+FHGIKJ=FHGIKJ+FHGIKJλ..µmmmmwhich yields 0.032%. 108. Let the m= 10 bright fringe on the screen be a distance
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