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Mrs. Kohl assignment

t/f all of the wave's energy bounces back. true.
what way to concave mirrors curve? inward.
what way do convex mirrors curve? outward.
what way to plane mirrors curve? they don't curve inward or outward; flat.
t/f the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection? true.
t/f concave mirrors are virtual? false; real.
what is an echo? a reflected sound.
t/f a normal should be a dashed line? true.
what is the type of image of a plane? virtual.
convex: what is the distance? farther.
What is then bending of a wave as it crosses the boundary between two media at an angle? refraction.
Metal surfaces are _____ to light waves. rigid.
t/f some waves are not reflected? false; partially.
Give two examples of materials that are not as rigid to light waves. glass, water.
Is an incident ray bouncing off or incoming? incoming.
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