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You see the reflection of the clock without numbers in your plane mirror. The image formed by the hands of the clock shows the time of 3:30. What is the real time? a. 3:30 b. 8:30 c. 9:30 d. 10:30
How much larger will your classroom seem to appear if the entire two adjacent walls of your classroom consist of plane mirrors? a. 2x larger b. 3x larger c. 4x larger d. can't be determined
Where is the image located if an object is 30 cm in front of convex mirror with a focal length of 20 cm? a. Between F and V b. Between C and F c. In front of the mirror d. Can't be determined
The angle of refraction is smaller than the angle of incidence, other than when the flashlight is on the normal line.
The angle of refraction increases
The angle of refraction is greater than the angle of incidence
3) The incident light ray, the reflected light ray, and the normal between them A) lie in the same plane. B) may or may not lie in the same plane. C) lie in planes that are perpendicular to one another.
4) Object and image for a plane mirror lie A) along the same plane. B) equal distances from the mirror. C) at right angles to each other. D) all of these E) none of these
5) The law of reflection holds for A) plane mirrors. B) curved mirrors. C) both of these D) neither of these
energy that travels in a straight line and through space
the bouncing back of light off a surface; mirrors and shiny objects reflect light
the bending of light as the travel from one surface to another; light reflects in prisms, water, and glass