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    Hey
    I was looking at a question in my old book and I'm a bit confused.
    They were shining a beam of light at a glass block at an angle. If they increased the refractive index of the glass block. what would happen to the beam of light?
    Thanks in advance 😊
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    EDITED ::::::::::::::: This is wrong
    Forget about this

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    SORRY I WENT WRONG>>..

    This is the correct oneeeeeeee
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    (Original post by NNB_Herath)
    SORRY I WENT WRONG>>..

    This is the correct oneeeeeeee
    Sorry I just saw this, but thank youuuu!!! I was wondering if where the beam emerges moves as well? Because wouldn't it slow down in the block and move towards the normal? Sorry about the awful drawing😋Name:  1460836695525-2146951118.jpg
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