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Given that

Wavelength of the light \lambda = 600 nm = 600 * 10^{-9} m

Angular width of the fringe \theta = 0.1\degree

Spacing between the two slits = ?


Step 1: Step up a formula for distance between the two slits.

              We know that

            The angular fringe width depends on the light wavelength used, and the distance between two slits      

                   \theta = \frac{\lambda}{d}

            

                Distance between two slits   d = \frac{\lambda}{\theta}   

                          

Step 2: Identifying the spacing between the two slits              

                       d = \frac{600 * 10^{-9}}{0.1* \frac{\pi}{180}}                \because1\degree=\frac{\pi}{180}rad

                       d = \frac{600 * 180 * 10^{-9}}{0.1 \pi }     

                       d = 3.44 *10^{-4} m

                       d = 0.344 mm


                 Therefore, spacing between the two slits d = 0.344 mm