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Determining light beams and displacement

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A light beam composed of red and blue light is incident upon a rectangular glass plate. The light emerges into the air from point P as two separate beams

a. that are parallel, with the red beam displaced below the blue beam.
b. that are not parallel, with the blue beam displaced below the red beam.
c. that are not parallel, with the red beam displaced below the blue beam.
d. none of the above

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