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Program that solves for variables from the kinematics and dynamics unit in Physics. The concept of phase will allow the understanding of phenomena such as interference or diffraction when two apparently identical phenomena are superimposed. Just type in the wavelegnth in nanometers and watch it work! So, stick on to it and enjoy your reading till the end. It begins with the investigations of the early Greeks, progresses through early telescopes and microscopes, and continues the journey from ray optics and wave optics through the revolutionary advances of the 20th Century.

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