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Describe how the behavior of waves is affected by medium (air,water,solids)

TermDefinition
luminous objects that emit their own light
illuminated objects that reflect light to your eyes
Law of reflection states that the angle at which any wave strikes a reflecting surface is equal to the angle at which the wave is reflected from the surface
Plane mirror a mirror that has a flat surface
convex mirror a mirror that is curved outward like the back of a spoon
concave mirror a mirror that is curved inward like the inside of a spoon
transparent describes matter that allows light to pass through matter
translucent describes matter that transmits light but does not transmit an image
opaque describes an object that is not transparent or translucent
wave speed the speed at which a wave travels through a medium
Created by: norfin78