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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGULAR AND IRREGULAR REFLECTION? answer me fast.................
Asked by Suvidhi Konark(student) , on 25/1/12


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regular reflection : it is when parallel rays of light fall on a smooth surface and reflect parellely.

irregular reflection : it is when parallel rays of light fall on a rough surface and reflect in different directions.

Posted by Sezal Chug(student)on 26/1/12

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REGULAR REFLECTION :- The reflection which is caused by regular surface is known as regular reflection.

 In this type of reflection the reflected rays are parallel to each other.

IRREGULR REFLECTION :- The reflection which is caused by irregular surface is known as irregular reflection.

In this type of reflection the reflected rays are parallel to each other.

 

hope it helps.

Posted by Arpita Sukhwani(student)on 25/1/12

  REGULAR  REFLECTION

  IRRERGULAR  REFLECTION

 

1.  It occurs when parallel beam of incident rays remain parallel after reflection.

 

2.  The reflected rays are reflected in one direction

 

3.  Image formation takes place.

 

4.  Occurs from smooth surfaces like mirror, silver spoon etc.

 

5.     

 

1.  It occurs when parallel beam of incident light doesn’t remain parallel after reflection.

2.  The reflected rays are not reflected in one direction

3.  Image formation doesn’t take place.

 

4.  Occurs from rough surfaces like wood, table, door, book etc.

 

Posted by Shivasis Mohant...(student)on 26/1/12

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