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  1. Physical Boot Camp 5.6C Demonstrate that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object or travels through one medium to another and demonstrate that light can be reflected such as the use of mirrors or other shiny surfaces and refracted such as the appearance of an object when observed through water.

  2. STAAR 2013; #4; RC2; Readiness1. Which of these best demonstrates the reflection of light?F. Looking through the glass of a large windowG. Looking at an image formed on a silver spoonH. Looking at a light bulb that is glowingJ. Looking at a star on a clear night

  3. STAAR 2013; #4; RC2; Readiness1. Which of these best demonstrates the reflection of light?F. Looking through the glass of a large windowG. Looking at an image formed on a silver spoonH. Looking at a light bulb that is glowingJ. Looking at a star on a clear night

  4. STAAR 2013 #23; RC2; Readiness2. When light travels through air into a prism, it bends and separates into many colors.In which other situation does light bend?A. When light moves through air into waterB. When light hits a wallC. When light passes through outer spaceD. When light hits a mirror

  5. STAAR 2013 #23; RC2; Readiness2. When light travels through air into a prism, it bends and separates into many colors.In which other situation does light bend?A. When light moves through air into waterB. When light hits a wall (absorb/take in)C. When light passes through outer spaceD. When light hits a mirror (reflect/bounce)

  6. 2013 STAAR #31; RC2; Readiness3. Scientists use telescopes to make distant objects appear closer. Some parts of a telescope are shown below.Which of the following best describes how the object lens of this telescope helps scientists observe the moon?A. The object lens produces light.B. The objective lens blocks lightC. The objective lens reflects light.D. The objective lens refracts light.

  7. 2013 STAAR #31; RC2; Readiness3. Scientists use telescopes to make distant objects appear closer. Some parts of a telescope are shown below.Which of the following best describes how the object lens of this telescope helps scientists observe the moon?A. The object lens produces light.B. The objective lens blocks lightC. The objective lens reflects light.D. The objective lens refracts light.

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  12. 6. A student set a glass of water next to an open textbook. When she looked through the glass, the student noticed that the writing in the book looked much bigger. This happened because light from the room was reflected off the textbook and was — A reflected off the glass B refracted by the water C absorbed by the water D sped up by the glass

  13. 6. A student set a glass of water next to an open textbook. When she looked through the glass, the student noticed that the writing in the book looked much bigger. This happened because light from the room was reflected off the textbook and was — A reflected off the glass B refracted by the water C absorbed by the water D sped up by the glass

  14. 2003—#16 (30%) 7. Light traveling through a pair of eyeglasses is — F refracted G transmitted H absorbed J reflected

  15. 2003—#16 (30%) 7. Light traveling through a pair of eyeglasses is — F refracted G transmitted H absorbed J reflected

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  22. 11. Light strikes an object and bounces back toward its source. What is this change in direction called? A Reflection B Refraction C Redirection D Conduction

  23. 11. Light strikes an object and bounces back toward its source. What is this change in direction called? A Reflection B Refraction C Redirection D Conduction

  24. 12. Which of the following objects would be classified as translucent? A A shiny mirror B A clear pane of glass C A large piece of wood D A frosted glass window

  25. 12. Which of the following objects would be classified as translucent? A A shiny mirror B A clear pane of glass C A large piece of wood D A frosted glass window

  26. 13. How does a flashlight help one to see at night? A The flashlight reflects off of various objects, allowing them to be seen. B The flashlight causes objects to give off light so they can be seen. C The light from a flashlight is absorbed by objects that then glow. D The flashlight causes objects to appear larger and easier to see.

  27. 13. How does a flashlight help one to see at night? A The flashlight reflects off of various objects, allowing them to be seen. B The flashlight causes objects to give off light so they can be seen. C The light from a flashlight is absorbed by objects that then glow. D The flashlight causes objects to appear larger and easier to see.

  28. 14. When light passes through water, it changes direction. This is called— A insulation B refraction C reflection D transpiration

  29. 14. When light passes through water, it changes direction. This is called— A insulation B refraction C reflection D transpiration

  30. 15. What characteristic of light energy causes people to be able to see objects around them? A Absorption B Refraction C Reflection D Rotation

  31. 15. What characteristic of light energy causes people to be able to see objects around them? A Absorption B Refraction C Reflection D Rotation

  32. 16. Light traveling through a beaker of water is— A refracted B reflected C absorbed D transmitted

  33. 16. Light traveling through a beaker of water is— A refracted B reflected C absorbed D transmitted

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  36. 18. When light hits an object, the rays can pass through it, bounce off it, or be absorbed by it. Light rays that bounce back are – A radiant B reflected C refracted D radar

  37. 18. When light hits an object, the rays can pass through it, bounce off it, or be absorbed by it. Light rays that bounce back are – A radiant B reflected C refracted D radar

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  40. 20. When light bounces off the surface of a mirror, the property demonstrated is— A reflection B refraction C energy D brightness

  41. 20. When light bounces off the surface of a mirror, the property demonstrated is— A reflection B refraction C energy D brightness

  42. 21. When light travels through the lens of a hand lens, the light is – A reflected B refracted C radiated D absorbed

  43. 21. When light travels through the lens of a hand lens, the light is – A reflected B refracted C radiated D absorbed

  44. 22. Which statement below BEST explains why the horse can be seen in the puddle of water? A Light is reflected off of the water. B Light is absorbed by the water. C Light goes through the horse to the water. D Light is absorbed by the horse.

  45. 22. Which statement below BEST explains why the horse can be seen in the puddle of water? A Light is reflected off of the water. B Light is absorbed by the water. C Light goes through the horse to the water. D Light is absorbed by the horse.

  46. 23. Which is an example of an everyday object that does NOT work due to refracted light? F Camera G Telescope H Microscope J Mirror

  47. 23. Which is an example of an everyday object that does NOT work due to refracted light? F Camera G Telescope H Microscope J Mirror

  48. 24. A rainbow is an example of— A light reflected by a mirror B white light splitting into colors C light refracted by a telescope D raindrops changing colors

  49. 24. A rainbow is an example of— A light reflected by a mirror B white light splitting into colors C light refracted by a telescope D raindrops changing colors

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