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Kohl Ch. 29 Homework

The angle the incidence is located where? Between the incident ray and the normal
A line drawn perpendicular to the point where the incident ray strikes the barrier is called a...? Normal
The angle formed between the reflected ray and the normal is called...? The angle of reflection
The Law of Reflection is...? The angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection.
Images in mirrors that seem to be in or behind the mirror and are also always upright are...? Virtual images.
A virtual mirror that curves outward and shows an image smaller and closer than it really is is called...? A convex mirror.
A virtual mirror that is curved inward and shows an image larger and closer than it really is is caller...? A concave mirror.
Inverted images that are formed by converging light rays and can be displayed on a screen are? Real images.
This is the mirror where the objected is the same distance behind the mirror as the front of it and it also only produces virtual images. Its called? A plane mirror
In what direction(s) are rays reflected when a candle flame is infornt of a plane (flat) mirror? In all directions.
These rays diverge from the tip of the flame, the divergent rays appear to originate from where? a point located behind the mirror.
can your eye tell the difference between a real object and its virtual image? no.
where does the light enter your eye when a virtual image is being shown? in the exact same spot as it would if there was an actual object being shown.
the virtual image and the real object are...? the same size and is the same distance behind the mirror as is infront of the mirror.
diffuse reflection is what...? the reflection of a light from a rough surface.
Created by: mgallo