A beam of light consists of two wavelengths, 590.159 nm

A beam of light consists of two wavelengths, 590.159 nm and 590.220nm, that are to be resolved with a diffraction grating. If the grating has lines across a width of 3.80cm, what is the minimum number of lines required for the two wavelengths to be resolved in the second order?

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