Reflection and Mirrors Review

Description: The Reflection and Mirrors Review includes 42 questions of varying type. Questions pertain to light reflection and image formation by plane mirrors and spherical mirrors. Ray diagrams and the mirror equation are used to explore the object-image relationships for concave and convex mirrors. The following concepts are emphasized: the law of reflection, diffuse reflection, specular reflection, angle of incidence, angle of reflection, image formation, plane mirrors, right angle mirrors, curved mirrors, ray diagrams, principal rays, image formation, image characteristics, real versus virtual images, mirror equation, magnification, magnification equation, and spherical aberration.

The Review is available in three versions:

1. Printable Version
The printable version includes only the questions. There are no answers and no links to online help. It's perfect for printing and using as a practice test.

3. Finally, you can use the Answers Version of the Review. This inludes questions, answers, explanations/solutions, and links to online help that is pertinent to each question. This version is available with all the questions on one page or with a portion of the questions on one page.

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