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Sunlight strikes the surface of a lake at an angle of incidence of 44.5°. At what angle with respect to the normal would a fish see the Sun?

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  1. sin 44.5= 4/3 sin Theta

    sintheta= sin44.3 * .75

    solve for theta

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