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A goldfish is swimming inside a spherical bowl of water having

an index of refraction *n* = 1.333. Suppose the goldfish is*p* = 10.0 cm from the wall of a bowl of radius |R| = 15.0 cm,

as in Figure P23.22. Neglecting the refraction of light caused

by the wall of the bowl, determine the apparent distance of

the goldfish from the wall according to an observer outside

the bowl.

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