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The portion of a light ray that falls on a surface is a/an A. incident ray. B. reflected ray. C. specular reflection. D. diffuse reflection.
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User: The portion of a light ray that falls on a surface is a/an A. incident ray. B. reflected ray. C. specular reflection. D. diffuse reflection.

Weegy: Portion of light ray that falls on a surface is incident ray.
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User: Which of the following scientists did not support the wave motion of light? A. Maxwell B. Arago C. Newton D. Fresnel

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Newton did not support the wave motion of light.

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