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What materials are not rigid to light waves? Glass and water
What is a light wave that strikes a boundary called? An incident wave
What is a light wave that bounces off a boundary called? A reflected wave
What is the relationship between the Angle of Incidence and the Angle of reflection called? The Law of Reflection
What is the only mirror that produces a virtual image? Plane mirror
Which images will always be inverted? Real images
When light hits a rough surface what happens? Light is reflected in many directions
Which mirror curves outward and its image is a virtual image? Convex mirror
What happens to sound energy that is not reflected? It is either absorbed or transmitted.
What is an example of a plane mirror? A Bathroom mirror or a dressing room mirror
What is an example of a convex mirror? Security mirrors and traffic control mirrors
What is an example of a concave mirror? A make up mirror
What is the angle formed between the incident ray and the normal? The angle of incidence
What kind of mirrors does the law of reflection hold? Curved mirrors
What is an incident ray? a light ray that strikes a boundary
Created by: nhuesgen