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Row 1, Col 1 Until light waves hit an object, they travel in ________. What are straight paths?
1,2 When light bounces off a smooth surface and back to your eye. What is reflection?
1,3 The waves that are “visible” to us. What is the visible spectrum?
1,4 Allows light waves to pass through easily. What is transparent?
Our primary source of light. What is the sun?
2,2 The bending of light due to a change in its speed. What is refraction?
2,3 White light is made up of these colors. What are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
2,4 Wax paper is an example of this type of material. What is translucent?
3,1 The two names for the highest point of a wave. What are the peak and crest?
3,2 What is a prism? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prism_(optics) An object used to see the different colors that make up white light.
3,3 The longest wave that we can see. What is red?
3,4 This happens to light as it passes through a translucent object. What is scattering?
4,1 The 3 basic parts of a wave. What are peak (crest), trough, and wavelength?
4,2 A pencil in water appears “broken” because light is _________. What is refracted? http://www.ps.missouri.edu/rickspage/refract/refraction.html
4,3 An object that we use to see the different colors that make up white light. What is a prism?
4,4 The saying, “You make a great door, not a window,” refers to this type of material. What is opaque?
5,1 The ability of light to cause change. What is light energy?
As light passes from a less dense medium to a more dense medium, it’s speed does this. What is decrease?
5,3 The visible wave that has the highest frequency. What is violet?
5,4 Give one example of transparent, translucent, and opaque materials. Ex: What is glass, wax paper, and aluminum foil?
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