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Unformatted text preview: C 131: C P = µ dy/dx dy/dt 132: A 133: B 141: A 142: B 143: B 144: A 145: A 146: A (e.g., spherical waves) 161: C 162: C 163: B 164: this one is trickier than intended. T = z2/z1 (1+R) = z2/z1 in this case. If µ 1= µ 2, then z2/z1 = n1/n2, which is 1/tan(thetaB). This isn't one of the choices. 165: D 166: C 171: C 172: C 173: C 174: C 175: B 176: C 177: D 191: B 192: A 193: A 194: C 195: B, D 196: A 197: E 198: D 199: C...
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