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Calculate and describe the image your fish sees
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You have a fish tank of 20.00 cm radius filled with water (n =1.33). Your pet goldfish is swimming 10.0 cm from the closest part of the tank form you. Your face is 60 cm from the tank.

a) Calculate and describe the image you see. (Location, size, orientation etc..)

b) Calculate and describe the image your fish sees.




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