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Homework Help: physics

Posted by Sam on Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 9:14pm.

Im doing physics 20 in correspondance this summer, and Im stuck on a question about Refraction... and Snell's law.

The question is...

A ray of light is incident upon a 60-60-60 degree prism, n=1.5. Then it shows a diagram , and it asks to find the angle of reflection.. and other angles within the prism.

my question is, is that are there any resources around in the internet where I can find practise questions to help me with this question. thanks

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