Asked in Math and ArithmeticGeometry
Math and Arithmetic
Can a reflection be used to determine if figures are similar?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
The ratio used to enlarge similar figures is a?
Asked in Literature and Language
What are similar figures used in indirect movement?
Asked in Michelangelo
Which of these identifies one of the similarties between the compositions of Raphael and those of Michelangelo?
What are similar figures used in indirect measurement?
What is an example sentence with the word reflection?
Asked in Astronomy, Telescopes, Isaac Newton
How is internal reflection used in the telescope?
Asked in Binoculars
Why is right angled prism used in binoculars instead of plane mirrors?
Asked in Physics
What is use of multiple reflection?
Asked in Example Sentences
Can mirror of your reflection be used in a sentence?
What can the speed of P-waves and S-waves help seismologists determine?
By measuring the difference in arrival times at a seismometer station they can be used to determine the distance to the epicentre of an earthquake. They may also be used to estimate the properties of the subsurface and it's structure (refraction and reflection seismology). Please see the related questions for further information.
How is the Law of reflection used in everyday life and in science?
The Law of Reflection is not only used in everyday life, but it can be used in pool. when you want to get the ball n the hole you can bounce it off of the edge as the "mirror". it is used everywhere as long as there is light and a mirror. It basically states that the angle of incidence should be the same as the angle of reflection. For example, your reflection. When you see it on an angle, your reflection is on an angle aswell, just on the other side of the normal (the 90 degrees line). You see it at exactly the same angle as the angle you are looking into the mirror at. It's used in science because it explains how light reflects off mirrors and how reflection occurs off convex and concave mirrors aswell.