A tank whose bottom is a mirror is filled with water to a depth of19.8 . A small fish floats motionless 7.10 under the surface of the water.

Part AWhat is the apparent depth of the fish whenviewed at normal incidence to the water?Express your answer in centimeters.Use 1.33 for the index ofrefraction of water.

Part BWhat is the apparent depth of the reflectionof the fish in the bottom of the tank when viewed at normalincidence?Express your answer in centimeters.Use 1.33 for the index ofrefraction of water.

Part AWhat is the apparent depth of the fish whenviewed at normal incidence to the water?Express your answer in centimeters.Use 1.33 for the index ofrefraction of water.

Part BWhat is the apparent depth of the reflectionof the fish in the bottom of the tank when viewed at normalincidence?Express your answer in centimeters.Use 1.33 for the index ofrefraction of water.

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