Problem: Vertically polarized light passes through a polarization filter with an axis 32° off the vertical. If the initial intensity of the light is 100 W/m2, what is the electric field amplitude of the light after it passes through the filter?  

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Vertically polarized light passes through a polarization filter with an axis 32° off the vertical. If the initial intensity of the light is 100 W/m2, what is the electric field amplitude of the light after it passes through the filter?

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