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Kendrick Wilderman
OK State
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Donna Bandy

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Date Created: 11/01/15
Question Details Wolfl 30513 742800 The mirriors in Fig3019 make a 60 angle A light ray enters parallel to the symmetry axis as shown Figure 301 a How many reflections does it make ri 39l I 3W 3 b Where and in what direction does it exit the mirror system off the second mirror parallel to the incident ray off the second mirror at an angle of 60 off the first mirror and normal to it off the first mirror at an angle of 60 7 off the first mirror along and in the opposite direction to the incident ray Question Details Wolfl 30E19 754402 A light ray propagates in a transparent material at 112 to the normal to the surface When it emerges into the surrounding air it makes a igiangle with the normal What is the refractive index of the material Question Details Wolfl 30E17 754468 Information in a compact disc is stored in quotpitsquot whose depth is essentially one fourth of the wavelength of the laser light used to quotreadquot the information That wavelength is roughly 779 nm in air but the 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