1.) What does the image of an object look like through a convex lens when the object is further from the lens than the focal point?
A. It looks the same as the actual object.
B. It is right side up and larger than the object.
C. It is upside down and larger than the object.
D. It is upside down and smaller than the object.
2.) What happens when light rays reflect?
A. They are partially absorbed.
B. They bounce back.
C. They are all absorbed
D. They pass through an object.
3.) Based on how it refracts light, what would you expect images formed by a concave lens to look like?
B. The same as the objects that they are images of
4.) What happens to light rays when they enter a different medium?
A. They reflect
B. They Bend
C. They Curve
D. They Stop
(1) The image of an object placed further from the lens than the focal point will be upside down and smaller than the object.
(2) When light rays reflect, they bounce back.
(3) Images formed by a concave lens will look magnified.
(4) When light rays enter a different medium, they bend.
1.0 Object placed further from the lens than the focal point
The image of an object placed further from the lens than the focal point will be diminished and inverted.
Thus, the correct answer will be "upside down and smaller than the object".
2.0 What is reflection of light?
The ability of light to bounce back when it strike a hard surface is known as refection.
3.0 Image formed by concave lens
A concave lens is diverging lens is usually virtual, erect and magnified.
4.0 Refraction of light
The change in speed of light when it travels from medium to another medium is known as refraction. Refraction is also, the ability of light to bend around obstacles.
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