A light ray made of red and blue light is obliquely incident on a rectangular glass block. When seen from the other side, the two coloured rays

Options :
  1. appear at one point and travel in one direction
  2. appear at different points but travel in one direction
  3. appear at one point but travel in different direction
  4. appear at different points and travel in different direction
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Answer: Option 2

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