Statement of a problem № 41389


The Impressionist painter Georges Seurat created paintings with an enormous number of dots of pure pigment, each of which was approximately 2.00 mm in diameter. The idea was to have colors such as red and green next to each other to form a scintillating canvas (Fig. P38.17) outside what distance would one be unable to discern individual dots on the canvas? (Assume that A = 500 nm and that the pupil diameter is 4.00 mm.)

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