A coin is at the bottom of a pool with a depth of [tex]h^l[/tex][m]. The diagram I provided below shows the coin can appear to be in a place shallower than its actual depth.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Looking perpendicularly onto the water surface ( [tex]i\cong 0, r\cong 0[/tex] ), the coin looked as if it were in a place with depth h[m]. FInd the ratio of [tex]h^l[/tex]/h of the two heights.

This is the site of the diagram: www.geocities.com/willydavidjr/coin ....

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# Homework Help: Height Ratio of A Coin below the Water

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