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Reflection: Angle of Incidence, Curved Surfaces & Diffusion

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What is reflection?

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1. The angle of incidence being equal to the angle of reflection is called what?

2. Where does the law of reflection apply?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Your awareness of the definition of reflection, where the law of reflection applies, and the angle of incidence will be tested with this quiz/worksheet duo. These assets will provide adequate background information for the related lesson and ensure that you retain this information well after you've completed it.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The key aim of this practice will be on:

  • The definition of reflection
  • Applications of the law of reflection
  • Curved surfaces and the law of reflection
  • The law of reflection's application to dull surfaces

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding reflective angles and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding mirrors
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about reflection in a different light

Additional Learning

With the related lesson named Reflection: Angle of Incidence, Curved Surfaces & Diffusion, you have the opportunity to learn more on subjects such as:

  • The law of reflection
  • Diffuse reflection
  • The reflection of light
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