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Physics ?s Ch. 20

15 questions from Chapter 29

Light doesn't travel through a mirror, but it is __________________. Reflected
What is the incoming ray called? Incident ray
What is the outgoing ray called? Reflected ray
What does the Law of Reflection state? The angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection.
What is a flat mirror called? A plane mirror
What mirror curves inward? Concave
What mirror curves outward? Convex
What are concave mirrors used for? Makeup mirrors
What are convex mirrors used for? Security and traffic control mirrors
What mirror makes a real image? Concave mirror (far away)
What mirrors make a virtual image? Plane, comvex, and concave (close up)
A smooth mirro is only reflected in one direction... What kind of pattern is it reflected in? Orderly pattern
Where does paper reflect? Paper reflects in all directions.
Where does diffuse reflections come from? Diffuse reflection is the reflection of light from a rough surface.
What are reverberations? Reverberations are when walls are too reflective, the sound becomes grabled because of multiple reflections of sound.
Created by: devlax