Claculate deviation, Physics

A ray of light is incident normally on an equilateral prism of refractive index 3/2 calculate devition.

Ans) since the prism is equilateral therefore angle of prism is 600

=> angle of refraction is 300

applying snell\''s law,,,,

sini * 1=sin300 *sqrt(3)

=>sini=sqrt()3 / 2,

=> i=600 

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