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Polarized sunglasses work by A. blocking light waves that vibrate in one plane. B. gradually refracting light as it passes through the lenses. C. bending light as it passes from air into the
lenses. D. reflecting most of the light that strikes the sunglasses.
1. blocking light waves that vibrate in one plane.
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User: Polarized sunglasses work by A. blocking light waves that vibrate in one plane. B. gradually refracting light as it passes through the lenses. C. bending light as it passes from air into the lenses. D. reflecting most of the light that strikes the sunglasses.

Weegy: 1. blocking light waves that vibrate in one plane.
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User: When droplets of water in the atmosphere act like prisms, the colors in sunlight undergo A. interference. B. absorption. C. polarization. D. dispersion.





Weegy: a. interference.
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User: What an object is made of and the color of light that strikes it determine the A. apparent color of the object. B. transparency of the object. C. opacity of the object. D. translucence of the object.

Weegy: D. translucence of the object
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User: Blue light and yellow light combine to produce white light because A. they absorb each other’s wavelengths. B. blue, yellow, and white are primary colors. C. they are complementary colors of light. D. they are both primary colors of light.

Weegy: The answer is C. they are complementary colors of light.
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