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Find Brewster’s angle for light reflected from the top of a glass coffee table.

Answer #1

**Question is supposed to be incomplete. Still giving you
the formula for the above problem. Solve accordingly**

*Since light reflected from the coffee table is completely
polarised parallel to the surface of the glass,*

*so, the angle of incidence = Brewster angle*

*Using Brewster's law, we have
*

**tan ? _{B} = n_{2} /
n_{1}**

*Where, n _{1} and n_{2} are refractive index
of mediums*

**Comment in case any doubt, would be happy to help
you, good luck...**

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