which we change (since sine is a monotonically increasing function in the fourth and first quadrants, where all these angles lie) to −< <+λλλamda. Rewriting this as –d/a < m < +d/a, we find –6 < m< +6, or, since mis an integer, –5 ≤m≤+5. Thus, we find eleven values of mthat satisfy this requirement. 96. The central diffraction envelope spans the range –
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