# Which of these best describes the relationship between the incident ray, the reflected ray, and the normal for a curved mirror?(1 point)

The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. All points on a curved mirror have the same normal.
The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. All points on a curved mirror have the same normal.

The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is different than the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.
The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is different than the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.

The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.
The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.

The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is different than the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. All points on a curved mirror have the same normal.
The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is different than the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. All points on a curved mirror have the same normal.

## 1. The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.

2. A concave mirror curves inward with the edges of the mirror pointing towards the viewer.
3. reflection
4. White objects reflect all colors of light, and black objects absorb all colors of light.
5. As light waves enter a different medium, they bend towards the normal if they slow down and bend away from the normal if they speed up.

## 1. The angle that the incident ray makes with the normal is the same as the angle that the reflected ray makes with the normal. Different points on a curved mirror have a different normal.

2. A concave mirror curves inward with the edges of the mirror pointing towards the viewer.
3. reflection
4. White objects reflect all colors of light, and black objects absorb all colors of light.
5. As light waves enter a different medium, they bend towards the normal if they slow down and bend away from the normal if they speed up.

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5) both position and velocity

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