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From geometry you can relate the angle at A to the angle for the reflection. From the condition that linearly polarized light becomes circular polarized light you can calculate the phase difference ##\Delta## you need. You don't need to solve for the angle here luckily, you just need to show that the given value makes the equation correct.

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