A ray of light is incident on one at an angle of 30° as shown in the fig. Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. A worksheet to help pupils practice measuring angles of incidence and drawing angles of relfection using protractors. The diagram shows how a protractor is used to measure the angles of incidence of two rays. Two mirrors meet at right angles.

Using a protractor, measure the angle of. Use a protractor to make your angles correct in your diagrams. A worksheet to help pupils practice measuring angles of incidence and drawing angles of relfection using protractors. Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. This is true when the object is light and the surface is a flat, smooth mirror. Draw a line normal to the surface of the mirror at the point where the incident ray strikes the mirror. The law of reflection 23.1 1. Recognize that light appears to travel in straight lines.

### Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror.

Use this practical worksheet to teach the 2014 year 6 curriculum aim: Of incidence will equal the angle of reflection. The angle of incidence is always equal to the . Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. Draw a line normal to the surface of the mirror at the point where the incident ray strikes the mirror. Two mirrors meet at right angles. Label the diagram below using the following terms: Draw a ray diagram to show how the light ray interacts with the mirror. A ray of light is incident on one at an angle of 30° as shown in the fig. Recognize that light appears to travel in straight lines. The angle of reflection is the angle formed by the normal and the light ray that is reflected (the reflected ray). The law of reflection 23.1 1.

Using a protractor, measure the angle of. Use a protractor to make your angles correct in your diagrams. Recognize that light appears to travel in straight lines. Of incidence will equal the angle of reflection. This is true when the object is light and the surface is a flat, smooth mirror.

The angle of incidence is always equal to the . Use a protractor to make your angles correct in your diagrams. Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. Two mirrors meet at right angles. With this interactive quiz and printable worksheet, you can find out for yourself just how deep your knowledge of the angle and law of reflection. A ray of light is incident on one at an angle of 30° as shown in the fig. The law of reflection 23.1 1.

### Of incidence will equal the angle of reflection.

Using a protractor, measure the angle of. Recognize that light appears to travel in straight lines. Reflected ray, angle of reflection, . Draw a line normal to the surface of the mirror at the point where the incident ray strikes the mirror. Draw a ray diagram to show how the light ray interacts with the mirror. A worksheet to help pupils practice measuring angles of incidence and drawing angles of relfection using protractors. Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Two mirrors meet at right angles. The angle of incidence is always equal to the . Label the diagram below using the following terms: The diagram shows how a protractor is used to measure the angles of incidence of two rays. The law of reflection states that when an object hits a surface, its angle of incidence will . With this interactive quiz and printable worksheet, you can find out for yourself just how deep your knowledge of the angle and law of reflection.

Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Label the diagram below using the following terms: A ray of light is incident on one at an angle of 30° as shown in the fig. The angle of incidence is always equal to the . This is true when the object is light and the surface is a flat, smooth mirror.

The angle of incidence is always equal to the . The angle of reflection is the angle formed by the normal and the light ray that is reflected (the reflected ray). Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Recognize that light appears to travel in straight lines. The law of reflection 23.1 1. A ray of light is incident on one at an angle of 30° as shown in the fig. The diagram shows how a protractor is used to measure the angles of incidence of two rays. Draw a line normal to the surface of the mirror at the point where the incident ray strikes the mirror.

### Using a protractor, measure the angle of.

Label the diagram below using the following terms: The diagram shows how a protractor is used to measure the angles of incidence of two rays. Two mirrors meet at right angles. With this interactive quiz and printable worksheet, you can find out for yourself just how deep your knowledge of the angle and law of reflection. The law of reflection states that when an object hits a surface, its angle of incidence will . The law of reflection 23.1 1. Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. Draw a line normal to the surface of the mirror at the point where the incident ray strikes the mirror. The angle of incidence is always equal to the . Which color arrow shows the ray with the greater angle of incidence? Draw a ray diagram to show how the light ray interacts with the mirror. The angle of reflection is the angle formed by the normal and the light ray that is reflected (the reflected ray). Reflected ray, angle of reflection, .

**Angle Of Reflection Worksheet**. The law of reflection states that when an object hits a surface, its angle of incidence will . Draw a ray diagram to show how the light ray interacts with the mirror. With this interactive quiz and printable worksheet, you can find out for yourself just how deep your knowledge of the angle and law of reflection. Draw the reflected ray from the second mirror. The angle of incidence is always equal to the .