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I have a doubt in Light chapter. Please help.

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  1. Aadarsh Group Title
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    Kindly answer the "Exercise" Question. I have tried this way. Kindly check whether it is correct.

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    Apparent Depth = |dw:1334728666632:dw| = 50/(4/3) + 10(1.5) = 37.5 + 6.33

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    Shift = |dw:1334728756502:dw| = 50 [ 1 - {1/(4/3}] + 10 [ 1- {1/1.5}]

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    @Mani_Jha bhai, please help.

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    @Ishaan94 please help.

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    I'll be back in a moment.

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  7. Aadarsh Group Title
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    Okay.

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    @apoorvk bhai, please try.

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    One sec, which medium is optically denser - glass or water? Did you account for that?

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  10. Aadarsh Group Title
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    Glass

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    @srinidhijha bhai, @wasiqss bhai, please help.

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    @Aadarsh mu1 and mu2 need to be checked. Mu values change when you are travelling from water to glass or vice-versa instead of air to glass. because in the formula, we consider the "relative mu"

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    Okay, I want to know whether I am rite or wrong.

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    my god, what courses do you have: there are syntax errors in the questions: Find the apparent depth and apparent shift of an object placed at the bottom of the a vessel containing a glass slab of thickness 10 cm and water of height 50cm. as shown in the figure. -> what is : at the bottom of the a vessel, it's like reading shakespeare. But ok, i can understand the question, but i don't see the picture. Can you rescan it?

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    Or were you scanning the page just to show the error?

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    OK, so assuming the next situation:

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    |dw:1334752364122:dw|

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  18. Aadarsh Group Title
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    @fretje , ur diagram is correct now. The question is correct now. I got that formulae from the study material which contains these questions.

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    @salini , @Ruchi. , @Sarkar please help me and post the answer.

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    it nt of class 11

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    Okay, but can u explai me @Ruchi. ?? Please. Whether i am correct/

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    @neha2050 diid, please try.

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    @rockstar111 please try.

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    mujh to question hi smj me nhi aa rha hai kya .

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    O @neha2050 didi, koshish kijiye. Samajh mein aayega.

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    Aadarsh tumhe sawaal samajh mein nahi aa raha, use solve karna nnahi aa raha, ya answers nahi aa rahe?

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    Mujhe answers check karna hai bas!!

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    Okay, I 'll solve it, and get back to you on this.

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    OKay.

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  30. fretje Group Title
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    @aadarsh when is your deadline?

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    u can calculate apparent depth of the object from r.i(mui)=real depth /apparent depth the only issue here being that you will be taking r.i of glass with respect to water by apparent shift wat do u mean ?

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    |dw:1334777519027:dw|

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