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Chapter 29. 15 Q.s

When waves interact with matter, they can be.. reflected, transmitted, or a combination of both
What states that the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection are equal to each other? The Law of Reflection
What is the angle formed between the incident ray and the normal? The angle of incidence
Plane mirrors produce only.. virtual images
A security mirror is what type of mirror? convex
What does an image look like close to a concave mirror? larger and farther away
Is a bathroom mirror concave, convex, or plane? plane
What happens when light hits a rough surface? the light is reflected in many directions
If the differences in elevations in a surface are only about one-eighth the wavelength that falls on it, what is the surface considered? polished
What is a reflected sound? echo
Is more sound reflected from a rigid or smooth surface, or a soft or irregular surface? rigid or smooth
What happens to sound energy if it is not reflected? It is absorbed or transmitted
When the reflective surfaces are more absorbent, is the sound level higher or lower? lower
In a convex mirror, does an object appear closer or farther away? farther away
What is formed by converting light rays and can be displayed on a screen? real images
Created by: gparisi
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