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# Refraction Questions and Answers (Q&A)

J. Shatner, Content writer
When you look in a mirror you are in front of it, and the focal distance is then positive. The image must be the same size as the part of you (or an object) shown in it. A concave mirror will...Read More

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L.Steven
As the object was initially placed 20 cm in front of the plane mirror, the image formed was 40 cm away from the original object. Now, when the mirror is moved 2 centimeters towards the object,...Read More

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D. Ronald, Writer
A picture is described with different images in it. One of those images is a spherical mirror. This means that the mirror is shaped like a sphere or round object. The term concave refers to the...Read More

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I.Elizabeth
B. Light is very predictable and it follows a general set of rules for its behavior. The incident ray is the ray of light that is hitting an object. From that spot, a perpendicular line is drawn....Read More

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John Smith
A

At the when light enters the glass, the refracted ray bends towards the normal when this ray now moves out of the glass into air, the refracted ray ( at the second surface) bends away...Read More

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Denise_nambiar
The indices of refraction have the relation n1 > n2

For total internal reflection to occur: - light must travel form a higher refractive index to lower refractive index - angle of incidence...Read More

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Drtaylor
You will see your image and you will appear smaller.

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John Smith
The film of water on the roadway makes the road less diffuse.

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John Smith
Beryl bends light more than quartz does

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Daniel Collingwood, SSEE

(B) Bend away from the normal.

When light travels from a rarer to denser medium then the ray of light will bend away from the normal.

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John Smith
D

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John Smith
Mirror A is concave and mirror B is plane

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John Smith
Directly beneath you, as far below water level as you are above.

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John Smith
The same as its angle of incidence.

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K. Myers, Blogger