we see objects with our (your) eyes
You can see objects with your own two eyes.
Because the objects that you can see are made up of many atoms.
you see with your pupil.
A magnifier lens or magnifying glass is used to see minute objects, and a microscope is used to see microscopic objects.
you see coloured objects by the light. light makes the color of the object
It is the light reflected from them that enables us to see objects.
We see objects, because:* Light from the objects reaches us. * Our eyes (and brains) are especially equipped to detect such light.
People see objects - because light is reflected back to the person viewing.
No. Most objects you see need to be shined on by a source of light, otherwise you don't see them.
the eye can see luminous objects as the light produced by the object travels into our eyes
Far-sighted people cannot clearly see nearby objects.
These objects are opaque.
We can see non-luminous objects because the light reflect off the object and into our eyes that's why at night you can only see a faint out line of the objects around you
opaque objects are objects through which we cannot see. Eg- door, rock,ect
it wanted to see dark objects
yes. that is why you are able to see objects. light reflects off objects allowing you to see.
You see different coloured objects by light. the light hits the object and reflects into your eyes.
Why cant you see your reflection in all objects that reflect light?
what processes produce the different colors we see in opaque objects
A telescope lets you see distant objects.
you will not see the objects fully
Cause You CAN
Because of light.