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Reflected rays are equal to the angle of incoming rays.

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Q: What is true of the angle of light ray s coming into an object and the angle of light rays reflected off an object?
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What is true of an angle of light rays coming into an object and the angle of light rays reflected off an object?

Reflected rays are equal to the angle of incoming rays.


The color that an object appears to be depends on the?

angle at which visible light is reflected off the object.


What is the angle called when the reflected light rays make with the normal?

The angle is called the reflected angle.


Why does a specific color reflected by an object give color to it?

White light contains all the colors mixed together. A colored object has a pigment on its surface that ABSORBS all these colors except one. This one color is reflected back off the object. Thus, as we see the object by this reflected light coming from the object into our eyes, the object appears to be colored.


How does light reflected?

Light can be reflected because it bounces off a surface at an angle.


What is light reflected at after hitting a mirror?

Light hitting a flat mirror at an angle is reflected at the same angle, relative to the mirror surface.


When a light ray is reflected by a mirror is the angle of the light ray and the reflected ray different or the same?

Angle of Incidence = Angle of ReflectionThis is only true if the angle of incidence is greaterthan the critical angle.


Is red light reflected or absorbed by an object if the object appeares to your eyes?

Reflected


When light is reflected the angle of is to the angle of?

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What is a line of reflection?

A line of reflection is a reflected line, often off of a mirror. If a flashlight sends a beam of light at a mirror (the light is called the incident beam), the angle at which it hits the mirror will equall the angle at which the reflected beam of light (called the reflected beam), exits the mirror. This is called the Law of Reflection. This is why light is reflected from a mirror at the same angle at which light struck its surface. A line of reflection is a reflected line, often off of a mirror. If a flashlight sends a beam of light at a mirror (the light is called the incident beam), the angle at which it hits the mirror will equall the angle at which the reflected beam of light (called the reflected beam), exits the mirror. This is called the Law of Reflection. This is why light is reflected from a mirror at the same angle at which light struck its surface.


How do mirrors reflect light?

When light shines onto an object viewed in a mirror, the rays are reflected into the eye. The rays come from a position behind the mirror. The image is the sane size as the object and the same distance from the mirror. In the image, left is right and right becomes left. The angle that the light gets pointed on to the mirror is the same as the angle that gets reflected of the mirror!


Is red light reflected or absorbed by an object if the object appears red to your eyes?

Reflected