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The Law of Reflection
The Angle of Incidence is the same as the Angle of Reflection; when light strikes a mirror at a certain angle, it bounces off at the same angle, only reversed.
"see-through;" rays of light pass all the way through. An object behind this kind of medium can be clearly seen.
transmits some light through but not all. An object behind this kind of medium will appear fuzzy or blurry.
does not allow any light to pass through. An object behind this kind of medium cannot be seen at all.
An image seen through a convex lens
will be large and upright it the lens is close to it; or small and upside-down (inverted) if the lens is farther away than the focal point.
the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that you can see; the colors of the rainbow
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