- Vaishnavi rajoradear I attached it's solution plz see .I hope that will help you.Likes(0) Reply(0)
- Ruby negi Best Answerif n+1/2 is the Maxima then (n+1/2)+1/2 is the minima(i.e n+1) (because at n+1/2,n+3/2 ..... there is Maxima so in between n+1/2 and n+3/2 there is minima means at n+1)Likes(2) Reply(1)Abhishek singhThis is a nice explanation!
- Vaishnavi rajorasee see for the your second answer.Likes(2) Reply(3)Vaishnavi rajorahere (n+1) is due just because we want to find the widhth...... and for this we have to use n+1 nd n th condition.
- Vaishnavi rajoraDear it want to say that the given wavelength are for the first maxima and for the first minima. there is no maxima and mimima between them.Likes(2) Reply(2)Vaishnavi rajorasee in the figure there's nothing between first maxima and minima.