Determine the nature of the reflected wave, Microeconomics

A spherical wave is reflected from a planar mirror sufficiently far from the wave origin so that the Fresnel approximation is satisfied. By regarding the spherical wave locally as a plane wave with slowly varying direction, use the law of reflection of plane wave to determine the nature of the reflected wave.

 

 

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