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Three polarizers are arranged as shown in Figure 25–31. If

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Problem 100GP

Problem 100GP

Three polarizers are arranged as shown in Figure 25–31. If the incident beam of light is unpolarized and has an intensity of 1.60 W/m2, find the transmitted intensify (a) when θ2 = 25.0° and θ3 = 50.0°, and (b) when θ2 = 50.0° and θ3 = 25.0°.

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Three polarizers are arranged as shown in Figure 25–31. If