A glass sphere (n 5 1.50) with a radius of 15.0 cm has a tiny air bubble 5.00 cm above its center. The sphere is viewed looking down along the extended radius containing the bubble. What is the apparent depth of the bubble below the surface of the sphere?
Introduction and Mathematical Concepts 1.1 The Nature of Physics Physics – capable of predicting how nature will behave in one situation on the basis of experimental data obtained in another situation. 1.2 Units Common units of measurement SI CGS BE Length Meter (m) Centimeter (cm) Foot (ft) Mass Kilogram (kg) Gram (g) Slug (sl) Time Second (s) Second (s) Second (s) SI units – “Le Systéme International d’Unités”. BE – British Engineering system Meter – the distance that light travels in a vacuum in a time of 1/29