Quiz4_Physics241_S09 - i =-45" f-V-r f'l C1 I'fvJ Cj...

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Quiz 4- 04 March 2009 Name: ------,L------- Recitation Day/Time _ 1. Light travels from material a through three layers of other materials b, c and d all with parallel surfaces, as shown in the sketch below. Rank the for materials according to index ofrefraction, greatest first. (2points) h>ct eb((J~ ", b b ) C Ct)e d"fC: d>b ;::) d > b > Cj) ( 2. An object is located 5.0cm n front ofa convex mirror, which has a radius of curvature of 18.0cm, Locate and describe completely the image formed by the mirror. (3 points) P=5·0 ern f 1--/ . = :z = - II?· 0 L.I7J = / .-!.- '= .- / / - - 14- r F 1', 0 cJ t;.5
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