[SOLVED] Refraction Problem- very easy but need help
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Where is 180 deg coming from? What is the angle of refraction from liquid to air? What is the corresponding angle in the liquid?
The eqn is right.
Look at theta2, by which I presume you mean the angle of refraction into air. Does it look like 180 deg?
Yes, "theda2" would be 90 deg.
You're almost there. Check your thedas, which one goes where.
(Here again, sin theda1 > 1.)
Yes and N2=1. (RI of air.)
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