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Light Facts
Light Facts
Light Facts
100
What is a brick wall?
opaque
100
What is a lens that makes objects look larger?
a convex lens
100
What is it called when light bounces off of an object?
reflection
100
What is the technical term for the rainbow colors?
spectrum
100
What kind of objects reflect back perfect images?
smooth objects
200
What is wax paper?
translucent
200
What is a lens that is thicker at the edges and thinner in the middle?
a concave lens
200
What is it called when light bends?
refraction
200
What is called when light "goes into" an object and does not bounce back?
absorption
200
What type of object allows SOME light to pass through it?
translucent
300
What is a thin curtain?
translucent
300
What is a lens that is thicker in the middle and thinner at the edges?
a convex lens
300
What is the reason that light bends when it goes through a prism or through a glass of water?
It slows down.
300
What color should you NOT wear on a hot day?
black
300
What type of object allows all light to pass through it?
transparent
400
What is a glass jar?
transparent
400
What is a lens that makes objects appear smaller than they are?
a concave lens
400
What is all light called?
white light
400
What color shirt would reflect all the colors?
white
400
What type of object allows no light to pass through it?
opaque
500
What is a wooden door?
opaque
500
What is a lens that a student would have in his eyeglasses if he could not see the writing on the board?
a concave lense
500
How does light travel?
in straight paths
500
Why do you see an object as red?
Because all the other colors of the spectrum are absorbed except for red. It is reflected back to your eyes.
500
Why can you see your image reflected in a mirror but not in a brick wall?
Because a mirror is smooth.
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