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A plane glass slab is kept over various colored letters, the letter which appears least raised is a-red b-violet c-blue d-green & why is that ??

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  1. AvengerVirus
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    @rajathsbhat

  2. rajathsbhat
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    umm do yo know this formula for shift in an object's position: \[\Large s=t(1-\frac{1}{n})\]

  3. AvengerVirus
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    yes but in another shape

  4. AvengerVirus
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    t = real fepth nv > nr u mean i got like that

  5. AvengerVirus
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    and s is raise

  6. rajathsbhat
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    yes, that's right too.

  7. AvengerVirus
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    that will give red that will be the least raise right ?

  8. rajathsbhat
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    yes, absolutely.

  9. AvengerVirus
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    is this equation comes from Raise= real depth - apparent depth ?

  10. rajathsbhat
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    yes it does.

  11. AvengerVirus
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    then i say it and work on it to get the formula u said then i say "thus for the least rise n should be the least refractive index and that is applied on red "" is this a good explanation ?

  12. rajathsbhat
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    yes it is. Good work. :)

  13. AvengerVirus
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    thanks

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