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Apples appear red because
a) red light is absorbed
b) red light is transmitted
c) red light is reflected
d) red light is refracted

The lens of the eye bends light in such a way that objects
a) appear upside down on the back of the eye
b) appear right side up
c) appear blurred
d) change colors

The law of reflection states that
a) reflection occurs when an object or wave bounces off a surface through which it cannot pass.
b) the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence
c) the color of an opaque object is the color of the light it reflects
d) convex mirrors reflect parallel rays of light

The layer of cells that line the inside of the eyeball is called the
a) cornea
b) retina
c) lens
d) sclera

The clear transparent front surface of the eye
a) sclera
b) cornea
c) pupil
d) iris

This sends electric signals to the brain
a) retina
b) sclera
c) optic nerve
d) lens

The colored ring of muscle that contracts and expands to change light let in the eye
a) cornea
b) pupil
c) iris
d) vitreous humor

The curved structure that refracts light
a) aqueous humor
b) lens
c) retina
d) vitreous humor

This color of light has the shortest wavelength and highest frequency
a) green
b) yellow
c) violet
d) red

This color of visible light has the longest wavelength and shortest frequency
a) orange
b) indigo
c) red
d) violet

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