﻿ A transparent cube of 15 cm edge contains a small air bubble. Its apparent depth when viewed through one face is 6 cm and when viewed through the opposite face is 4 cm. Then the refractive index of the material of the cube is:    : Kaysons Education

# A Transparent Cube Of 15 Cm Edge Contains A Small Air Bubble. Its Apparent Depth When Viewed Through One Face Is 6 Cm And When Viewed Through The Opposite Face Is 4 Cm. Then The Refractive Index Of The Material Of The Cube Is:

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Correct option is

1.5

Let the real depth of the bubble from one side be x. then

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