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Gamma

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Can we some how show the relationship between i and r is r = m i + c (straight line)?

If you look at the following data, it follows the Snell's law and r = 0.6 i + 1.

i r

10 7

20 13

30 19

40 25

50 31

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- #1

Gamma

- 358

- 11

Can we some how show the relationship between i and r is r = m i + c (straight line)?

If you look at the following data, it follows the Snell's law and r = 0.6 i + 1.

i r

10 7

20 13

30 19

40 25

50 31

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lightarrow

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Can we some how show the relationship between i and r is r = m i + c (straight line)?

If you look at the following data, it follows the Snell's law and r = 0.6 i + 1.

i r

10 7

20 13

30 19

40 25

50 31

Hoping this is not an homework, write r as function of i using Snell's law, then develop the functions sin and arcsin to the appropriate order (in radians), considering that 50° are less than 1 radian.

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