A screen 1.0 m wide is 2.0 m from a pair of slits illuminated by 633-nm laser light, with the screens center on the centerline of the slits. Find the highest-order bright fringe that will appear on the screen if the slit spacing is (a) 0.10 mm and (b) 10m.
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