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physics-mirrors

reflecting on refelctions

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light that bounces off an object reflected
image reproduction of an object
to form an image, light must bounce of an object in a ________ pattern orderly
"bring light rays together" converge
"spread light rays" diverge
______mirrors focus light rays to a point concave
______mirrors spread light rays convex
which mirror do you see a smaller, upright image? convex
which mirror do you see a larger, upright image?? concave
which mirror do you see an inverted image? concave
a security mirror in a store is an example of a ___________ convex mirror
a flashlight used a ________ concave mirror
a passenger side rear view mirror of a car is __________ a convex mirror
diverging mirror convex
converging mirror concave
an inverted image is always a ______ real image
an upright image is always a ________ virtual image
reflection from a rough surface is said to be____________ diffused
if you stand at a distance of 3 feet froma full lenght mirror, your image in the mirror appears to be_____behind the mirror 3 feet
a virtual image ______ be projected onto a screen cannot
___ and ___ mirrors always produce virtual images plane, convex
law of reflection the angle of incidence is always equal to the angle of reflection
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