## Question

In Young’s double slit experiment, the 10^{th} maximum of wavelength λ_{1} is at a distance *y*_{1} from its central maximum and the 5^{th} maximum of wavelength λ_{2} is at a distance *y*_{2} from its central maximum. The ratio *y*_{1}/*y*_{2}will be

### Solution

We know that Therefore, for wavelength

and for wavelength λ_{2},

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