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12 - Reflection and Refraction

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Physics 8B 12 – Reflection and Refraction rev 4.0 12 – Reflection and Refraction 1. Q: After class one day, you find a sheet of paper on the floor with the drawing shown below. Evidently, a student was doing an experiment that used mirrors and a light source, but the student apparently forgot to indicate the locations of the mirrors on the paper. On the diagram, indicate the locations and orientations of the mirrors and explain how you determined the arrangement of the mirrors used by the student. Light source 2. An observer and a cube are located in front of a large mirror as shown in the top view diagram below. The cube has a narrow stripe down the middle of two sides. Mirror Stripe 1 Observer Stripe 2 a) Q: Looking directly at the cube, could the observer see Stripe 1? Stripe 2? Explain. b) Q: Looking into the mirror, could the observer see the image of Stripe 1? Explain. c) Q: Looking into the mirror, could the observer see the image of Stripe 2? Explain.

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Physics 8B 12 – Reflection and Refraction rev 4.0 3. A mirror 0.6 m tall is mounted in a dressing room. The bottom of the mirror is 0.8 m above the floor. You stand 1 m away from the mirror. You are 1.5 m tall (ASSUME your eyes are at this level.) Looking into the mirror , ( NOTE: In this problem take “see” to mean “see by tilting your head as necessary to adjust line of sight”, NOT “see with your periphery vision.) a)
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