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When an image is reflected off a concave mirror, how does the image appear to the eye?
1. The image is magnified because a concave mirror is divergent.
2. The image is magnified because a concave mirror is convergent.
3. The image is reduced because a concave mirror is divergent.
4. The image is reduced because a concave mirror is convergent.
Which statement best explains the difference between light waves traveling through a vacuum and light waves traveling through a medium?
1. Light waves traveling through a vacuum are transverse, but light waves traveling through a medium are longitudinal.
2. Light waves traveling through a vacuum travel faster than light waves traveling through a medium.
3. Light waves traveling through a vacuum have no mass, but light waves traveling through a medium have a mass greater than zero.
4. Light waves traveling through a vacuum have a shorter wavelength than light waves traveling through a medium.
When an image is reflected off a convex mirror, how does the image appear to the eye?
1. The image is magnified because a convex mirror is divergent.
2. The image is magnified because a convex mirror is convergent.
3. The image is reduced because a convex mirror is divergent.
4. The image is reduced because a convex mirror is convergent.
When light rays pass through a convex lens, as in the image below, what happens to the rays and the perceived image of the object?
1. The light rays diverge, magnifying the perceived image.
2. The light rays converge, magnifying the perceived image.
3. The light rays diverge, reducing the perceived image.
4. The light rays converge, reducing the perceived image.
Which of the following best determines the amount of energy of a single photon of light?
1. The speed of the photon
2. The frequency of the photon
3. The material the photon moves through
4. The time it takes the photon to reach a destination

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Which is the angle of incidence, and which is the angle of reflection? (Correct answer must be given in the order of the questions.)
1. $angd" ; "anga$
2. $angc" ; "angb$
3. $angb" ; "angc$
4. $anga" ; "angd$

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What do you call line b in the image?
1. the line of reflection
2. the normal
3. the line of incidence
4. the perpendicular
If $angd=54deg$, what is the measure of the angle of reflection?
1. $144deg$
2. $54deg$
3. $108deg$
4. $36deg$