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Which of the following occurs when light is reflected from a rough or unpolished surface? A. The original pattern of the light is preserved. B. The original pattern of the light is distorted. C. The angle of reflection is less than the angle of incidence. D. The angle of reflection is greater than the angle of incidence
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User: Which of the following occurs when light is reflected from a rough or unpolished surface? A. The original pattern of the light is preserved. B. The original pattern of the light is distorted. C. The angle of reflection is less than the angle of incidence. D. The angle of reflection is greater than the angle of incidence

Weegy: The original pattern of the light is distorted, this occurs when light is reflected from a rough or unpolished surface.
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User: A magnifying glass is an example of a _______ lens. A. converging B. double-concave C. plano-convex D. plano-concave

Weegy: A magnifying glass is an example of a plano-convex lens.
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User: A typical mirror in a person's house would be an example of a/an _______ mirror. A. angular B. convex C. plane D. concave

Weegy: Mirror in a person's house is an example of a/an plane mirror.
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User: Rays of light incident on a lens and parallel to the principal axis of the lens converge A. in front of the lens. B. at the center of curvature of the lens. C. in back of the lens. D. at the focal point of the lens.

Weegy: Rays of light incident on a lens and parallel to the principal axis of the lens converge at the focal point of the lens.
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User: Which of the following objects uses two converging lenses to produce two images, the second of which is virtual, magnified, and inverted? A. Camera B. Corrective eyeglasses C. Compound microscope D. Slide projector

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Compound microscope objects use two converging lenses to produce two images, the second of which is virtual, magnified, and inverted.
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