Q1: Image formed by the plane mirror is:
C.Sometimes real sometimes virtual
D.None of these
Q2: The light ray, which strikes any surface, is called:
Q3: The ray that comes back from the surface after reflection is called:
Q4: Which of the following statement is correct:
A.Angle of incidence is never equal to angle of reflection.
B.Angle of incidence is always greater than angle of reflection.
C.Angle of incidence is always smaller than angle of reflection.
D.Angle of incidence is always equal to angle of reflection.
Q5: The property of plane mirror to make ‘right appear as left’ and vice versa, is called:
Q6: We can see ourselves in mirror or polished surface but not on walls because the reflection from walls is:
Q7: Which of the following can make beautiful patterns due to the formation of multiple images:
Q8: How many images will be formed when two plane mirrors are placed parallel to each other?
Q9: The phenomenon of breaking up of light into its seven constituent colours is known as …
A.Reflection of light
B.Refraction of light
C.Dispersion of light
D.Radiation of light
Q10: Which of the following part of eye controls the amount of light entering the eye by contracting or dilating?