84. We infer from Sample Problem 36-2, that (with angle in radians) ∆ θ = λ d for adjacent fringes. With the wavelength change ( λ0 = λ/n by Eq. 36-8), this equation becomes ∆ θ0 = λ0 d . Dividing one equation by the other, the requirement of
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