Problem 1.
A person stands 40 m from a flag pole. With a protractor at eye level, he finds the angle at the top of the flag pole with the horizontal is 25.0 degrees. How high is the flag pole? The distance from his feet to his eyes is 1.8 m.
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Problem 2.
The frequency of yellow light is . Find the wavelength of yellow light. The speed of light is .
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Problem 3.
Light is incident from air on the surface of a glass slab. In the air the light beam makes an angle of with the normal to the surface, while in the glass the angle is . What is the index of refraction of the glass?
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Problem 4.
Light is incident from air on the surface of a glass slab, which has an index of refraction of 2.5. In the air the light beam makes an angle of with the normal to the surface. What is the angle of the beam with the normal in the glass?
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Problem 5.
A diffraction grating produces a firstorder maximum at an angle of . What is the angle of the third order maximum?
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Problem 6.
A diffraction grating produces a secondorder maximum at an angle of . What is the angle of the firstorder maximum?
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Problem 7.
A light with the wavelength of 600 nm illuminates a diffraction grating. The angular distance between two m=1 bright fringes is . What is the spacing between slits on the screen?
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Problem 8.
A light with the wavelength of 550 nm illuminates a single slit and the diffraction pattern is observed on a screen 0.9 m behind the slit. The width of the slit is 0.1 mm. What is the distance between the first and the third minima on the screen?
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Problem 9.
A light with the wavelength of 660 nm illuminates a single slit and the diffraction pattern is observed on a screen 1.2 m behind the slit. The distance between the second and the third minima on the screen is 3.5 mm. What is the width of the slit?
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Problem 10.
In a singleslit experiment, the third minimum is observed at . What is the wavelength of the light if the width of the slit is 0.1 mm?
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