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Chapter 29 Notes-ppn

QuestionAnswer
What do waves fall on when they are partly relected and partly refracted? a transparent medium
What is a light wave that strikes a boundary? incident wave
What kind of mirror produces only virtual images? plane mirror
What kind of image are there which seem to be in or behind the mirror? virtual image
What is the spreading out of rays? diverging
When an object is close and the virtual image is larger and closer this is what kind of mirror? concave mirror
What kind of mirror is a security mirror? convex mirror
What kind of image is formed by converging light rays and can be displayed on a screen? real image
When a light wave bounces off a boundary and doesn't travel through a mirror, it is? reflected
When waves strike the surface of a transparent medium, it is? refracted
What shape does a convex mirror have? outward
What shape does a concave mirror have? inward
What shape does a plane mirror have? flat
What angle is formed between the incident ray and the normal? angle of incidence
What angle is formed between the reflected ray and the normal? angle of reflection
Created by: mthorpe