If the incident ray is in glass and its corresponding refracted ray is in air, the angle of incidence will be:
(a) equal to angle of refraction
(b) smaller than the angle of refraction
(c) greater than the angle of refraction
(d) none of the above
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2016-02-02T21:54:13+05:30

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The answer is option  C] greater than angle of refraction

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2016-02-02T22:27:42+05:30
The answer is (b) will be smaller than the angle of refraction.
because the light ray is travelling from a medium of higher refractive index(glass) to a medium of lower refractive index (air), it shall bend away from the normal and hence the angle of refraction will be greater than the angle of incidence.

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