Math Demonstration

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Laura DiBiase January 30, 2011 Homework 3 1. Begin walking fifty paces. Make a 60° turn to the right and walk another fifty paces. Make another 60° turn to the right. Walk another fifty paces and make another 60° turn to the right. Walk fifty more paces and make another 60° turn to the right. Walk another fifty paces and make one final 60° turn to the right. Finally, walk another fifty paces. This would make an equilateral hexagon. If it was not equilateral the turning angles would be different. 10.O 1. The length of my face is larger than the length of the reflected image in the mirror. The size of the reflection remains the same as you step closer to the mirror. 2. a. the person sees her forehead. The light is reflecting from the mirror and the incident
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Unformatted text preview: ray is reflecting and the angle of reflection is reflecting the forehead. b. The light hits the spot on the mirror and reflects the eyes. The angle of reflection reflects the eyes. c. The incident ray is made by the light above. The angle of reflection reflects the viewer’s chin. 3. The person’s face is slightly smaller in the mirror than actual measurements. In the picture, the girls face is about two inches. The reflected image is smaller and closer to about an inch and a half. They are smaller because of the light and ray of incident reflects a smaller, but relative in size image. The amount of light remains the same though as the person moves back and forth from the mirror. The repositioning does not affect the length of the image....
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