Reflection and Refraction

Laboratory ten in physical science explored the mathematical relationships for reflection from a plane mirror and apparent depth of an object under water.
Jessica and Syd-Lee measure the actual depth of a coin in water.


Nancyleen uses her finger to find the apparent depth of a coin in water, Cecelia and Irving assist.


Brigida, Melojane, and Marla consider their calculations.

Madlene works on the relationship between the object and image distance for a plane mirror.

Mayleen measures the apparent depth of a coin.

Eliander and Steward measure the actual depth of the coin in the graduated cylinder.

Joan and Lorry-Ann working on the apparent depth due to refraction.


Rosthom and Charlie measure the object and image distance from a mirror.

Kesusa records data as Nick makes measurements.

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