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When no light passes through an object, that object is          opaque         .
Light travels in a            straight           line.
Light that hits an object and bounces back is             reflected            .
Light is a form of          energy         .
When light passes straight through and object, that object is               transparent              .
The bending of light is              refraction             .
When only some of the light passes through an object, the object is called               translucent              .
Light travels in         waves        .
The science student wears safety goggles in the lab. The student can see through the goggles because the lenses are                .
1. opaque
2. translucent
3. transparent
Objects that let all light through are                Transparent                .
Suppose you are standing in a pond. Your friend tries to sneak up on you, but you see him coming. You see him in the pond because of                   .
1. reflection
2. refraction
3. absorption
4. noise in the grass
Jenny is drinking a glass of apple cider. She looks through the glass of cider and the objects behind it look fuzzy. This is because the apple cider is                .
1. opaque
2. translucent
3. transparent
Objects that do not let any light through are called          Opaque         .
Stopping light and holding it in is                .
1. reflection
2. refraction
3. absorption
4. prism
The bending of light is called                .
1. reflection
2. refraction
3. absorption
4. prism
can be separated into a rainbow of colors.
1. White Light
2. Ultraviolet Light
3. Polarized Light
4. Fluorescent Light
The shadow of an object is always the same size as an object.
1. True
2. False
Marco is pushing the door closed. He cannot see through the door because it is                .
1. opaque
2. translucent
3. transparent