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What doe the Law of Reflection state? That the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection are equal to each other.
What is a reflected wave? A light wave that bounces off a boundary.
What is the angle of incidence? That is the angle formed between the incident ray and the normal.
What is the angle of reflection? The angle formed between the reflected ray and the normal.
The angle of incidence equals the angle of? Reflection.
What kind of images do plane mirrors produce? Only virtual images.
What is an image? A likeness or a reproduction of an object.
What is diffuse reflection? The reflection of light from a rough surface.
How does a smooth mirror reflect? It only reflects in one direction, and in an orderly pattern.
What is the definition of echo? Reflected sound.
Sound is not_________ or __________. Absorbed;Transmitted.
What is the study of reflective properties of surfaces? Acoustics.
Reverberation is.. Multiple reflections of sound.
What does a wave do when it is traveling at an angle and changes speed upon crossing a boundary between two media? It bends.
What are the two types of "reflectors"? Diffused reflectors and Polished reflectors.
Created by: savywavvy