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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGULAR AND IRREGULAR REFLECTION?
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What is lateral inversion
what is the definition for multiple images ?????
what is the site rsgr.in/Isc-cce-8
If The Plane Mirror Is Rotated Through An Theta Then The Reflected Ray Turns Through An Angle Of 2 Theta
Explain full structure of an eye?
Explain different zones of flame?
why are cannot see our surrounding clearly when we enter a darkened cinema hall from bright sunshine but our vision improve after sometime.
Write a short note on the human eye . ( all important points ) .... ( give answer accndg to the chapter " Light " )
What is a periscope and waht is its use?
Two transparent mediaAandBare separated by a plane boundary. The speed of light in mediumAis2.0 × 108m/s and in mediumBis 2.5 × 108m/s. The critical angle for which a ray of light going fromAtoBsuffers total internal reflection is
what is multiple reflection
WHAT IS MULTIPLE REFLECTION
What is the difference between plane and spherical mirrors ?
Can u plz explain all the parts n functions of our eyes???
infinite images are seen when 2 plane mirrors are kept parallel to each other.Why?
Why do these images get fainter as their distance from mirror increases ?
1) The invisible energy that causes in use of sensation of vision?
2) The ray of light which travels towards a mirror?
3) A line which is drawn at right angles to the mirror surface at the point of incidence?
4)Name any one type of mirror which always form virtual image?
5)What type of image is formed on cinema screen?
6)Which cells on retina respond to intensity of light?
7)The part of eye which help to preserve its shape and protect it from external injuries?
8) The phenomenon through which judge depth?
9) The most sensitive part of eys?
What is erect , inverted , virtual and real image ? What is the difference between all these and how can we observe them ?
What would happen if ciliary muscles get weakened...?????
Derive Lens Makers Formula
write a short note on the importance of forests .
HOW TO MAKE A PERISCOPE
Explain The Term "Optical Fibres" And How They Work On Total Internal Reflection
what is kaleidoscope ?
can a glass slab bend different coloured lights by different amounts?
why does a pencil appear bent when it is partially dipped in water
can the image formed by a plane mirror be projected onto a screen?
What is difference between primary rainbow and secondary rainbow ?
Will red light passing through a prism result in a spectrum
1) wht is a periscope? state its working principle.
2) hw does ciliary muscle work
3) why does it tk sometime 2 see things in a dimly lit room whn we entr it frm a brightly lit area
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what is blind spot explain?????
what are optical aids and non optical aid???
write a short note on helen keller?
Does diffused reflection mean failure of the laws of reflection?
Two plane mirrors PQ and QR are kept at right angles to each other. A ray of light AB is incident on the mirror PQ at an angle 30 degree. Draw the path of the reflected ray from the second mirror QR and find the angle of reflection for the mirror QR.
If the angle between the mirror and incident ray is 40 degree what will be the angle of incidence and angle of reflection?
18 . In which of the following materials speed of sound is maximum? ( )
(a) Iron (b) Sea water (c) Fresh water (d) Air
19. Which of the following cannot be charged easily by friction? ( )
(a) A plastic scale (b) An inflated balloon (c) A copper rod (d) A woollen cloth
20. The splitting of white light into its seven constituent colours is called ( )
(a) Dispersion (b) Reflection (c) Refraction (d) Rectilinear propagation
two mirrors are kept perpendicular to each other . a ray strikes one mirror at an angle of 45 degree to the normal find the direction of the ray after reflection by the second mirror by drawing a ray diagram
how is colour blindness caused ? how it can be cured?
what is light ?
Why the world AMBULANCE is written as its mirror image in front of the hospital vans
what is the principle behind the working of a kaleidoscope???
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name the scientist who discovered that sunlight consists of seven colours.
state the laws of reflection
how to make a periscope??
what are the properties of light?
What type of image is formed on a cinema screen?
how could i make model for human eye
1. what is the most sensitive part of retina ?
2.the phenomenon due to which we can judge depth ?
3.the part of eyes which preserves its shspe and protects it from external injury is ..........................
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function of electroscope
which principle is used in cinematography??
what is the difference between image and shadow??????????
What are the advantages and disadvantages of regular and irregular reflection?
How to find the number of images formed between 2 mirrors placed at a certan angle ? Example ?
1)give two similarities between a human eye and a camera?
2)how is the vision of eye related to nutriton?
3)what kind of lens is used to correct short sighted eyes?
4)what do you understand by spectrum?
5) how is permanent blindness caused?
The image formed on the retina persists for aboutof a second. This means that if you are shown still pictures of a moving object at a rate faster than 16 seconds, then the object will appear to be moving. This is because, the image of a picture stays on your retina for of a second and you will not be able to recognize the time taken to change these pictures.
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What are the differences between concave and convex lens?
how many images of a candle will be formed if it is placed between two parallel plane mirrors separated by 40 cm? Please explain it.
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