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# HORIZON INTERNATIONAL BILINGUAL SCHOOL 2.TERM, 2.

PHYSICS EXAMINATION 9th Grade PART1 Understanding Vocabulary Select the correct term to complete the sentences.

Name: Surname: Class: 5. A 2-centimeter tall object positioned 4 centimeters from a converging lens. The focal length of this lens is 5 centimeters.

1. A light ray that bounces off a mirror is called a(n) ______. 2. A light ray that strikes a mirror is called a(n) _________. 3. The light reflected off carpet or another rough surface is an example of ____________. 4. A lens that bends light rays together, toward the focal point is called a _________ lens. 5. The _______ predicts that light rays bounce off a mirror at the same angle from which they arrive. 6. Your reflection in a mirror is an example of ____________. 7. The ___________ is an imaginary line drawn perpendicular to the surface of a mirror or any surface. 8. The number that describes a materials ability to bend light is the _____________. 9. ___________ describes the effect of white light splitting into different colors because of the different refractive indices for the different colors. 10. __________ are glass fibers that use total internal reflection to transmit information. 11. The distance between the focal point and the center of the lens is called the __________________. 12. An image in a mirror that appears to come from behind the mirror is called a(n) ________________. PART2 SOLVING PROBLEMS 1. A ray of light strikes a mirror. Which of the following rays (a, b, c, or d) best describes the path of the light ray leaving the mirror?

a. Copy the graphic to scale on your own graph paper. Trace the rays and predict where the image will form b. Is the image real or virtual? c. What is the image size compared to the object size? d. Is the image upright or inverted? 6. A 2-centimeter tall object is positioned 10 centimeters from a converging lens with a focal length of 5 centimeters.

a. Copy the graphic to scale on your own graph paper. Trace the rays and predict where the image will form. b. Is the image real or virtual? c. What is the image size compared to the object size? d. Is the image upright or inverted?

2. A light ray strikes a mirror and is reflected. The angle between the incident ray and the reflected ray is 60. What is the angle of reflection for this ray? 3. If you stand three meters in front of a mirror, what is the apparent distance between you and your image? 4. A light ray strikes a mirror and is reflected as shown.

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a. draw the normal line to the mirror. b. Show the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection. c. If the angle of incidence is 30 degrees, what is the angle of reflection?

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8. Which property of light is demonstrated by a lens? A) Refraction B) Reflection c) Diffraction d) Diffusion 9. After the light rays have passed through a lens, they are said to be a) converging b) diverging c) refracting d) spreading 10. If an object is placed at one focal length away from a convex lens, what will be the characteristics of the image? a) There will be no image. b) Smaller, inverted. c) Smaller, upright. d) Larger, inverted 11. Any smooth surface that reflects light to form an image is a(n) __________. a) mirror b) lens c) camera d) optical axis 12. What is the difference between a lens and a mirror? A) A mirror has no optical axis. B) Lenses reflect light, and light passes through mirrors. C) Mirrors reflect light, and light passes through lenses. D) A lens has no focal point. Convex concave SUCCESSS FOR ALL OUR STUDENTS

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