Posted by **Stefan** on Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 6:34pm.

Microwaves of wavelength 4.50 cm enter a long, narrow window in a building that is otherwise essentially opaque to the incoming waves. If the window is 36.5 cm wide, what is the distance from the central maximum to the first-order minimum along a wall 6.70 m from the window?

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