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In the single-slit diffraction experiment of Figure, let the wavelength of the light be 500 nm, the slit width be 6.00 *µ*m*, *and the viewing screen be at distance *D *= 3.00 m. Let a *y *axis extend upward along the viewing screen, with its origin at the center of the diffraction pattern. Also let *I _{p} *represent the intensity of the diffracted light at point

(a) What is the ratio of *I _{p} *to the intensity

(b) Determine where point *P *is in the diffraction pattern by giving the maximum and minimum between which it lies, or the two minima between which it lies.

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