Explain width of principal maxima and intensity, Physics

Two grating A and B have the same width of the ruled surface but A has greater number of lines. Giving reasons compare in two cases

(a) Intensity

(b) Width of principal maxima

(c) Dispersive power of grating

(d) Resolving Power of Grating

 

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