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What two materials are not as rigid to light waves? Glass and water
Light doesn't travel through a mirror but is Reflected
What images do plane mirrors produce? Virtual images
The law of reflection states that the angle of incidence and the angle of __________ are equal to each other. Reflection
How are convex mirros curved? Outward
What mirros sometimes forms a real image? A concave mirror
Where does diffuse reflection come from? It is the reflection of light from a rough surface.
If smooth mirros reflect in one direction,what kind of pattern is it? an ordily pattern
What happens when reflective surfaces are more absorbent in a auditorium? The sound level is lower and it sounds dull and lifeless.
The walls of concert halls are often designed with what? Grooves so that sound waves are diffused.
If you are wearing a pink headband and you look into a mirror what color should your headband be? Pink
If the differenes in elevations are small the surface is considered what? Polished
What does the word diverage mean? To spread apart
What mirror is used for security mirrors? Convex mirros
Are all waves totally reflected? No some waves can be only partially reflected.
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