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Suppose a light ray traveling in air passes sideways through a glass of water and comes out the other side. How many times will the light ray refract? A. one time; through the water B. two times;
through the glass and the water C. three times; through glass, water, and glass again D. four times; through glass, water, glass, and air
The answer is D
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User: Suppose a light ray traveling in air passes sideways through a glass of water and comes out the other side. How many times will the light ray refract? A. one time; through the water B. two times; through the glass and the water C. three times; through glass, water, and glass again D. four times; through glass, water, glass, and air

Weegy: The answer is D
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User: The speed of light in water is 2.25 108 m/s. What is correct about the index of refraction of water? A. It is 0. B. It is 1. C. It is equal to 1. D. It is 1.

Weegy: None of the given choices is correct. The index of refraction of a medium is defined as n = c / v where v is the speed of light in that medium. In your case, the index of refraction is 3.00 x 10^8 / 2.25 x 10^8 = 1.33
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User: Which index of refraction represents the most optically dense material? A. 1.77 B. 2.42 C. 1.33 D. 1.00

Weegy: B. 2.42
Expert answered|Elle124|Points 268|

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