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An attempt to rework Example 30.4 with an isosceles prism results in imaginary numbers

Essential University Physics | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780134202709 | Authors: Richard Wolfson ISBN: 9780134202709 403

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Problem 8

An attempt to rework Example 30.4 with an isosceles prism results in imaginary numbers for the two angles of refraction. What could this mean?

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Astro 102 - Notes Luminosity – intrinsic brightness – how much energy per unit time that object is omitting Flux – Apparent brightness – how much light we actually receive, how bright it appears to us Ex: 1. A Cepheid variable star with the same period as an RR Lyrae variable star cannot be equally bright (luminosity)2 2. In the equation b = L/4πd , b stands for brightness...

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