Assume that you fixed a speaker to an inclined pipe as well the torch. You can hear sound from the other end of the pipe, but can't see the light from other end of the pipe, why?
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It has to do with wavelength. A tube is of the correct size for sound waves, not for light waves that have very much smaller wavelengths. An optical fiber does bend light.