Determine the angle of the prism, Physics

A ray of light travelling in air is incident on a prism and passes through it with a speed of 2X108 ms-1 parallel to its base. If the angle of refraction is similar to half of the angle of incidence, determine the angle of the prism? Consider C = 3 X 108 ms-1

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