In An Interference Pattern The Position Of Zeroth Order Maxima Is 4.8 Mm From A Certain Point P On The Screen. The Fringe Width Is 0.2 Mm. The Position Of Second Maxima From Point P Is

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In an interference pattern the position of zeroth order maxima is 4.8 mm from a certain point P on the screen. The fringe width is 0.2 mm. The position of second maxima from point P is


Correct option is

5.2 mm



          Origin (Zero order maxima) is at 4.8 mm from given point P



          From Point P = (4.8 + 0.4) mm = 5.2 mm



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