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CHAPTER 38 Problems 6, 7,9, 11, 13, 20, 22, 25,27, 29, 31, 36, 38 \e0 =o is Yee angle Mough which the mirror is vorateA, The solid lines show the initial position of Hae wairrory the detted Vines the position of He wiecor after has been rotated through agle 8. “ncibent : riginal mirror Te aslecteh Sn pesitcon The lsat veSledion > 4=4— ray after miner wh 2a XS toteked, a From the aiagram, $40 =4 49 ook wadtOekee Rapy The law of reflection to egal > 4 48 =dy/ Substitute this wie eg. i) > & 40! = dt OE o> 20 1 which ig what we wanted to Show. 33- Role T equals angle 5 plus angle 6. Angle 2 angle C= Ba Angle 6 angle 2 > angle = AE. The law of veflection beady imglies tat angle Sangley, im ten implies angle 5= angle 2,50 angle S= 4, t Therefore jangle T= angle Stangle 6= Kt & =A The same reasoning applich totee other reGlectel raz says thet angle B= A, “Whas, O= angle 7H angle $= ALATAA, as wasto be shown 33- ncient” ' reflected 44 2\= 40" 1 4.48.5 40" 1 \ tay + (0,492) Buk 48,290" > dad, = 0". The Low of veFlection says Heat d= 4, =40"-4y =40°-60° = 30%. Snell's Law (Eq. 39-5) 2 NeSings =Mp sind on8e7 Whe Wave used Heat Na the ca) Senate) - (or Si) = (0) (Sar) =1.73 (ae aerate! 1 =60"; 0 455 Rt MS? > dee? Swell’s law Gor the airglass interface >NaSinga=Mysindy, Snell's law For the glass-water intecKace > Mysing, =Mz sinde « So; Ma Sings = Me Singer sind, =(SE) sings = (495) (0.107) = 0.532 > d= Bau? 2) The solution to part a) shows that this result is independent of ty, the refadive index of the glass. 3.0x10% mst 1.50 2) Es. (38-8) sys me ae PALER F = 2.010 ms“! D Eq. te9) ss 7 AE ubere dy is the wmwelength in vacuum. => a? SEB = 333 wm. ' The vedins + of the circle is determined such thet o Oe cay From Ane point source to the circle is totally ‘nktenally reflected. Thet is, de in the sketch is the exitical angle for the water- air interface. Swel\’s Law > Ng sings = Ny Sindy, Material a is water > Nae 133. Material & is air >Myeho. Total internal reflection > 44= 90" 504.2 (98) sink ¥ =(a0em) tandy = (20 em) tan (48.9") = 22) So the Aiameter of the circle through which the light can Cmerge is d=2r = 45.7 cm: (the sendition See ela eterna NAO eng. eeelection) nee SmeWW's Law > No Sins = My sind sing, > GR) sino’ 20 O20" (the coy ancident normally isnt beat ot the air-glass inter face.) From simple geometry one deduces that 4g=60", (See sketch.) Swelt's Law applied to the glass yee interface Ng Sings = Ky Sindy. in t we =USUGngor) “130: 456 Swell’s haw Wisin gd =a/ sing! Cair-glass interface) N'singy = NSind (glass -aie interface), Bar ‘alteenste interior angles are equal’ > 4/24, So sing, = sing, Sind, = Sindh > 6 26,, 05 desived, YD For each plate part a) shows What the transmitted vay is parallel 4o the incident ray, The Aranswitted vay from one plate serves as the incihent ray for the next. Whe Pinal transmitted ray is thas parallel to the inctial incident ay. 2 Ae sin 6-4) asf bake eye ase sine | 05 desired. pF - 2° From Problem (3-25) the transverse NAP Mepacement A is given by was] A= We can use Snell's Law te calculate $1 SL oneto N sind, =a! sing! 435) sin 60° =0.597 of = 35.3" sind) = (Fe) sing So ast Snitgtll - gy aaltesce (0s 35.3"