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what is the effect of a convex mirror on light rays?
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A convex mirror, fish eye mirror or diverging mirror, is a curved mirror in which the reflective surface bulges toward the light source. Convex mirrors reflect light outwards, therefore they are not used to focus light.
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Which term best describes the process that occurs when light passes through a lens? reflection polarization resonance refraction
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Refraction best describes the process that occurs when light passes through a lens.
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Which of the following will not have a focal point? concave mirror concave lens convex lens convex mirror
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A concave lens and a convex mirror will not have a focal point.
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What happens when a wave reflects? They bounce off the object they hit. They bend when they hit the medium. They are absorbed by the object they hit. They travel through the object they hit.
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When a wave reflects: they bounce off the object they hit.
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Which of the following best defines the science of separating color wavelengths? spectrophotometry photo-chemistry color-detection spectroscopy
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Spectroscopy best defines the science of separating color wavelengths.
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