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Chapter 29 - mclauss

15 questions

When waves strike the surface of a transparent medium what happens? the waves are refracted
The angle of incidence is located where? between the incident ray and the normal
The angle of reflection is located where? between the reflection wave and the normal
Plane mirrors produce... only virtual images
What is the shape of a concave mirror? curved inward
What is the shape of a plane mirror? flat
What is the shape of a convex mirror? curved outward
Virtual images are... images that seem to be in or behind the mirror
Real images are... formed by converging light rays , and are always inverted
What type of image is a concave mirror? Both, close up it is virtual and far away it is real
What happens when light is incident on a rough surface? It is reflected in many directions.
The distance of a convex mirror appears closer or farther? farther
A reflection of light from a rough surface is what? Diffuse reflection
What materials are not as rigid to light waves? water and glass
What is an example of a convex wave? a security mirror
Created by: Mackenzie Clauss