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In case of Newton's rings formed in reflected light prove that, (i) Diameters of dark rings are proportional to the square roots of natural numbers. (ii) Diameters of bright rings are proportional to the square roots of odd natural numbers.

In case of Newton's rings formed in reflected light prove that, (i) Diameters of dark rings are proportional to the square roots of natural numbers. (ii) Diameters of bright rings are proportional to the square roots of odd natural numbers.

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