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A material has an index of refraction of 1.75. What is the critical angle for this material?

Sin(critical angle)=1/n, n being the index of refraction

how would i set up the formula? (critical angle)= Sin(n) ?? im so confused

and

The critical angle for cubic zirconium is 29.2º. What is the index of refraction?

so...Sin(29.2º)= 1/n?...

my answer for this question is 2.049, rounded to 2.05

thank you,

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