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Two parallel beams of light P and Q are incident normally on a prism and the transmitted rays are brought to focus with the help of a convergent lens as shown. If the intensities of the upper and lower beams immediately after transmission from face AC are 4I abd I, respectively, find the resultant intensity at the focus.

Two parallel beams of light P and Q are incident normally on a prism and the transmitted rays are brought to focus with the help of a convergent lens as shown. If the intensities of the upper and lower beams immediately after transmission from face AC are 4I abd I, respectively, find the resultant intensity at the focus.

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Rehan Danish
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Two parallel beams of light P and Q are incident normally on a prism and the transmitted rays are brought to focus with the help of a convergent lens as shown. If the intensities of the upper and lower beams immediately after transmission from face AC are 4I abd I, respectively, find the resultant intensity at the focus.

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