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Unformatted text preview: Physics 133 11:30 Winter 2008 QUIZ 4 February 7, 2008
(9 57: f Name I Instructor: Barrett Davis George Hinton Knobbe : Circle the name of your instructor (above). ,: There are 15 minutes for this quiz. : There is one problem with three parts; see the back of the page. : The numbers in [ ] are the point totals for each part of the problem. ,: This is a SHOW-WORK problem; you must show your work to earn credit;
you CAN earn partial credit. : Here are some simple equations which may, or may not, be useful. A sheet of glass, index of refraction n = 1.50 and thickness 0.300 inn, ﬂoats on water
(index of refraction n = 1.33) in air as shown in the ﬁgure. The glass is illuminated
from above by sunlight containing wavelengths between 400 nm and 700 nm. Air 4-. am! Wait?!“ a) For which wavelengths between 400 nm and 700 nm will the glass appear bright
when viewed from above (in the air)?  53(5) when viewed from above (in the air)? 
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02 5am P 460W 0) Suppose you are swimming in the water under the sheet of glass. Which
wavelengths between 400 um and 700 nm will the glass appear bright to you?  m W was Gaffe/5% to M; we
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