Troubles with understanding physics (Polarization and Diffra
I am having some troubles understanding polarization and diffraction. That whole double slit, single slit, and sin equation stuff. Part of it is because I missed some school, and the other part is that I have been reading it on my own, and I just don't understand it. My teacher had meetings like everyday this week, and I know it is a matter of time before we get tested on it or have a lab. This is what I get so far, the concentration of light and dark is different for single slit and double slit, and you use this sin formula. No idea how or why or anything though. This book sucks in explaining stuff. No, I am not looking for answers and things like that. I know I used to be a douche bag about that stuff and especially cheating which I learned ultimately fucks you over in the end. So if anyone understands this and can explain it I would appreciate it. Many thanks.
i looked for some stuff for u but couldnt find anything better than that would be in a text book. also, it has been a long time since i worked with any of this so i cannot help you (
[quote91bfe18e12="jy3"]i looked for some stuff for u but couldnt find anything better than that would be in a text book. also, it has been a long time since i worked with any of this so i cannot help you ([/quote91bfe18e12]
heh that's alright. I found some good sites that explain it better. I am praying for a snow day.
What do you need to know about it? I took that physics last semester....lets see what I still remember lol
[quoteb57def1656="johnjimjones"]What do you need to know about it? I took that physics last semester....lets see what I still remember lol[/quoteb57def1656]
I don't get how to apply those equations like the intensity one and the sin ones. Also the units are weird. Some are in nano meters, others are in meters. I am just like wtf. I never heard of nano meters until now.
have you tried Physics Classroom?
[quote62029eeee7="zdub08"]have you tried Physics Classroom?
yeah I was there, I get it more now though. Thanks guys.