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Row 1, Col 1 What is the bouncing back of light rays from a surface? Reflection
1,2 What type of mirror curves outward? Convex Mirror
1,3 What is Visible Light? The light that we see.
1,4 What reflects or absorbs all of the light? Opaque
2,1 What are the seven waves of the EM spectrum in order from shortest to longest wavelength? Gamma, X-ray, UV, Visible, Infrared, Microwaves, & Radio waves
2,2 What is the shortest wavelengths of all waves? Gamma Radiation
2,3 Which wave is suitable for medical imaging? X-Rays
2,4 What wave is found naturally in sunlight? Ultraviolet Radiation
3,1 List the seven colors of the rainbow in order starting with the longest wavelength. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet (ROYGBIV)
3,2 What is the speed of light? 300,000 km/s
3,3 What happens when you hold a prism up to the light? You see a rainbow.
3,4 What are the primary colors of light? Red, blue, and green
4,1 In what way are reflection and refraction similar? They both deal with light rays.
4,2 What does transparent mean? Transparent is the ability to transmit light.
4,3 What type of mirror curves inward? Concave Mirror
4,4 What is the longest of all wavelengths? Radio Waves
5,1 What are places where light is blocked? Shadows
5,2 Which wave cannot be seen or felt? Gamma Radiation
5,3 What wave can be absorbed by water in food? Microwaves
5,4 What travels faster: the speed of sound or the speed of light? The speed of light
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