A person standing waist-deep in a swimming pool appears to have short legs because of light A. refraction. B. interference. C. diffraction. D. reflection. E. absorption.
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User: A person standing waist-deep in a swimming pool appears to have short legs because of light A. refraction. B. interference. C. diffraction. D. reflection. E. absorption.

Weegy: A person standing waist-deep in a swimming pool appears to have short legs because of light refraction.
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User: Different colors of light travel at different speeds in a transparent medium. In a vacuum, different colors of light travel at A. the same speed. B. different speeds.

Weegy: Different colors of light travel at different speeds in a transparent medium. In a vacuum, different colors of light travel at the same speed.
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