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Why would the color of the imgae be the same as the color of the object? The frequency of light is not changed by reflection.
What is reflection? The bouncing back of a particle or wave that strikes a boundary between two media.
What is the angle formed between the incident ray and the normal caled? Incidence
_______ images in the mirrors are images that seem to be in or behind the mirror. Virtual
What images are always inverted (upside down)? Real images
What is the study of the reflectrive properties of sufaces? Acoustics
What is a reflected sound? Echo
What occurs in uneven wind or when sound is traveling through air of uneven temperature? Sound Refraction
Metal sufaces are _____ to light waves. Rigid
What is stated in the Law of Reflection? The relationship between the angle of relfection and the angle of incidence.
What do Plane, Convex, and Concave (close up) mirrors all have in common? They are all virtual
What is the bending of a wave as it crosses the boundry between two media at an angle? Refraction
_____images are formed by convering light rays and can be displayed on a screen? Real
What waves strike the suface of a transparent medium at an angle, their direction changes? Refracted Waves
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