Physics - Double slit experiment

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For a double-slit interference, what would happen to the distance between the bright fringes if you:
a) Decreased the distance between the slide and the screen
b) Increased the separation between the slits
c) Decreased the distance between the laser apparatus and the slide
d) Changed violet light to yellow light

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