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A tank holds a layer of oil, 1.65 m thick, which floats on a layer of syrup that is 0.83 m thick as shown in the figure. Both liquids are clear and do not intermix. A ray, which originates at the bottom of the tank on a vertical axis, crosses the oil-syrup interface at a point 0.90 m from the axis. The ray continues and arrives at the oil-air interface, 2.00 m from the axis and at the critical angle. Find the index of refraction of the syrup.
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