Q. There is a fish in a spherical fish bowl of radius r filled with water. The fish is at a distance l from the surface of the tank. An observer in air views the fish at a distance d from the tank. Please see the attachment for the image. I am supposed to find the optical power and focus length of the water-air interface, the magnification power of the fish tank and an expression for the distance (L) between the obsever and optical image of the fish. Here are the attempts I have made: Optical power = (n1-n2)/(-r) Focus Length = f'=n2/P = -n2r/(n1-n2) I used f' because I think it is a virtual image? Magnification Power = -(Image Distance/Object Distance) =-((L-d)/-r) L=(-n1/r + n2/l) Can anyone tell me if these are correct or if I am at least going along in the right direction?