Refraction (SC.7.P.10.2)

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5 questions
• Q1
Refraction is the bending of a wave as it passes from one ___________________ into another.
glass
area
boundary
medium
120s
• Q2
Which of the following is NOT an example of refraction?
background scenery on water's surface
a shallow looking pool
a "broken" straw in a glass of water
light passing through a raindrop
120s
• Q3
The image demonstrates how a magnifying lens can make a penny appear larger. What property of the magnifying lens is MOST responsible for allowing it to magnify the penny?
It can increase the wavelength of light.
It can refract light.
It can increase the intensity of light.
It can reflect light.
120s
• Q4
A student placed a straw in a cup of water. The straw appears broken because light-
bends when it passes through water due to refraction
always travels in a straight line due to reflection
reflects the pencil on the water's surface
makes the water in the glass evaporate due to absorption
120s
• Q5
What is NOT an example of scattering light?
Light from a streetlight that shines through fog.
How a magnifying lens can make a penny appear larger.
Light from car headlights that shine through fog.
Light passing through smoky air.
120s

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