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  1. H. S. Uhler, Am. Math. Monthly 28, 9 (1921).
  2. It is tacitly assumed that the dihedral angles, orientations, and refractive indices of the various optical parts are such that light may pass freely through the entire system.

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H. S. Uhler, Am. Math. Monthly 28, 9 (1921).

Uhler, H. S.

H. S. Uhler, Am. Math. Monthly 28, 9 (1921).

Am. Math. Monthly (1)

H. S. Uhler, Am. Math. Monthly 28, 9 (1921).

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It is tacitly assumed that the dihedral angles, orientations, and refractive indices of the various optical parts are such that light may pass freely through the entire system.

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sin 1 2 D = sin 1 2 E cos η 1 ,
μ 1 sin η 1 = μ 2 sin η 2 , μ n 1 sin η n 1 = μ n sin η n , μ 2 sin η 2 = μ 3 sin η 3 , μ n sin η n = μ 1 sin η n + 1 , · ·
sin 1 2 D = sin 1 2 E cos η 1 .
cos D = sin 2 η 1 + cos E cos 2 η 1 .