There is a part two from my previous post, I don't really get how to solve it and I would appreciate anyone's help so much. It states:

**Variation: use of a hexagonal mirror, the distance between the two mountains is 50km and the number of revolutions (not complete revolutions) of the mirror per s is equal to 6000. Are the two points A and B at which the beam is reflected by the mirror subject to superposition?**

**How much time is required for the mirror to turn 60 degrees and for the chain to travel the distance between points A and B of the layout? Explain.**

Data given: Speed โโof light in vacuum.

**My attempt which I'm pretty sure is wrong**:50 km. For superposition to exist, it is necessary that the distance between A and B is not negligible compared to the wavelength of the light being used.

in the octagon it was: 360/8=45 degrees

1/8n the rotation=> c=8ns

for hexagon: 360/6=60 degrees

1/6n the rotation => c=6n2s

n2>n1 speed increase

6n=6000->n=1000

50,000/c

(500002/c)=> T=6t=6(โโ)

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Again, thanks very much in advance :')