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The answer to this is A. Diamonds are known to be very rare gems. There are people who would love to stock up on their jewelry that comes with diamonds because they know that these will sell well in the long run. There are some diamonds that do get submerged in water. There are still some...Read More

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Luminosity and Brightness are two terms that are talking about light. If you want to measure the amount of light being generated from a source of light, or you want to describe the effect of the light generated, you need to have the understanding of the two terms. Luminosity is not totally the...Read More

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Neither. I am 600 over 20. While true a six inch digital clock I cannot clearly read at ten foot . Still, I am most capable of completing the day without any corrective lenses. Thus , a ton of near sighted persons can see both near and far just not...Read More

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There is no big difference between light and lite. Both words are used to describe materials that are not too heavy in terms of their composition. Light comes from the Greek word 'leukos' and in Latin, it is called 'lux'. Light simply means the illumination that an object produced. Light can be...Read More

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The answer to this question is D which is all of A, B, and C. Take note that there are always differences depending on the surface wherein the light would hit. If it would hit a translucent object, only some of the light may be reflected as translucent objects allow some light to pass through....Read More

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The reflected ray will have an angle of 56 degrees, or answer C. This is because the angle of incident and the reflected ray’s angles will add to 90 degrees. The easiest way to find the angle of the reflected ray, it follows, is to subtract the angle of incidence from 90. Likewise, if...Read More

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Please explain the answer of above question.

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I beleive that that is as wrong as my spelling

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