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# Light Energy ICSE Class-7th Concise Selina Physics Solutions

Light Energy ICSE Class-7th Concise Selina Physics Solutions Chapter-4. We Provide Step by Step Answer of Objective, True False , Fill in the blanks,Match the following , Short/Long Answer Type of Exercise-4 Light Energy. Visit official WebsiteÂ  CISCEÂ  for detail information about ICSE Board Class-7.

## A. Objective QuestionsÂ

1. Write true or false for each statement

(a)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is real.
The image formed by a plane mirror is virtual.

(b)Â When a light ray is reflected from a wall, the angle of incidence is not equal to the angle of reflection.
When a light ray is reflected from a wall, the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection.

(c)Â The image of the right hand in a plane mirror looks like that of a left hand.

(d)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is upright.

(c)Â The image formed by a plane mirror can be obtained on a screen.

(d)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is upright.

(e)Â The image formed by a plane mirror can be obtained on a screen.

(c)Â The image of the right hand in a plane mirror looks like that of a left hand.

(d)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is upright.

(c)Â The image formed by a plane mirror can be obtained on a screen.

### 2. Fill in the blanks Light Energy ICSE Class-7th

(a)Â Angle of incidenceÂ = angle of reflection
(b)Â The incident ray, the reflected ray and the normal lie in oneÂ plane
(c)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is at a distance behind the mirror asÂ the object is in front of it.
(d)Â The image formed by a plane mirror is erect andÂ virtual.
(e)Â We are able to see the objects around us due toÂ irregularÂ reflection.
(f)Â AÂ virtualÂ image cannot be obtained on a screen.
(g)Â One surface of mirror is made opaque byÂ silveringÂ it followed by a thin coating of paint of lead oxide. .
(h)Â A plane mirrorÂ does notÂ reflect 100 percent light falling on it.
(i)Â The colour of an opaque object is the colour of light which itÂ reflects.
(j)Â Magenta, cyan and yellow are theÂ secondaryÂ colours.

### 4. Select the correct alternative Light Energy ICSE Class-7th Physics solutions

(a)Â A man standing in front of a plane mirror finds his image to be at a distance of 6 metre from himself. The distance of man from the mirror is

1. 6 m
2. 3 m
3. 2 m
4. 12 m

3 m

(b) The angle between the incident ray and the ray reflected from the plane mirror is 70Â°. The angle of incidence will be :

70Â°
30Â°
35Â°
90Â°

35Â°

(c) The image formed by a plane mirror is

virtual and inverted
virtual and of same size
real and inverted
real and of same size

virtual and of same size

(d) The angle of incidence on a plane mirror is 30Â°.The angle of reflection will be:

30Â°
60Â°
15Â°
0Â°

30Â°
(e) The angle of incidence on a plane mirror is 30Â°. The angle between the incident ray and the reflected ray is

30Â°
15Â°
60Â°
90Â°

60Â°

(f) The property due to which a light ray striking a surface is returned back into the same medium is called

refraction
reflex action
reflection
regression

reflection

(g) A ray of light after reflection from a mirror is known as

reflected ray
normal
incident ray
refracted ray

reflected ray

(h) The speed of light is maximum in

glass
water
air
wood

air
(i) A red rose is seen in green light. It will appear.

red
blue
yellow
black

black

(j) The primary colours are

Red, Blue and Yellow
Magenta, Yellow and Cyan
Red, Blue and Cyan
Blue, Green and Red

Blue, Green and Red

### B. Short/Long Answer Questions Light Energy ICSE Class-7th

#### Question 1.

What do you mean by the term reflection of light ?
Reflection of lightâ€” When light strikes a polished surface it comes back in the same medium, is called reflection of light.

#### Question 2.

How is a plane mirror made ?
To make a plane mirror, a thin piece of glass is taken. One surface of the mirror is made opaque by silvering it. On the top of that, another thin coating of red lead oxide is given which protects the silvering of the mirror.

#### Question 3.

Explain the following terms:
Incident ray, Reflected ray, Angle of incidence, Angle of reflection, Normal.
Incident rayâ€” The ray of light falling on the surface AB is called the incident ray. In figure PN is the incident ray.
Reflected rayâ€” The incident ray bouncing back in the same medium after striking the reflecting ourface is called reflected ray. In figure NQ is the reflected ray.

Angle of incidenceâ€” The angle formed between the incident ray and the normal is the angle of incidence. (PNM is the angle of incidence.)
Angle of reflectionâ€” The angle formed between the normal and the reflected ray is called angle of reflection (MNQ is the angle of reflection)
Normalâ€” It is the line drawn perpendicular to the reflecting surface at the point of incidence. MN is the normal.

#### Question 4.

Draw a diagram showing the reflection of a light ray from a plane mirror. Label on it the incident ray, the reflected ray, the normal, the angle of incidence i and the angle of reflection r.
AO is the incident ray
OB is the reflected ray

ON is the normal
âˆ AON is the angle of incidence
âˆ NOB is the angle of reflection.

#### Question 5.

State the two laws of reflection of light.
Laws of reflectionâ€”
(i) The incident ray, normal and the reflected ray all lie in the same plane.
(ii) The angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection.

#### Question 6.

Describe an experiment to verify the laws of reflection of light. Ans. Laws of reflection.
(i) The incident ray, the reflected ray and the normal at the point of incidence, lie in the same plane.
(ii) The angle of incidence and angle of reflection are equal i.e. âˆ i = âˆ r.
Verification

Take a wooden drawing board and fix a white sheet of paper on it. In the middle of paper draw a straight line KK\ Mark a point B on it. Draw a perpendicular BN. Place a mirror XXâ€™ on line KKâ€™ such that polished side of mirror is along the line. Hold-the mirror in the mirror holder.

Fix two steel pins P and Q on the straight line AB atleast 10 cm apart. Look for the images of the pins P and Q and fix two pins P Qâ€™ such that Pâ€™, Qâ€™ and images of P and Q are all in the same straight line. Remove the pins and draw small circles around the pin pricks.
Remove the mirror also. Join Pâ€™Qâ€™ and produce the straight line to meet at B.
Measure âˆ ABN = i and âˆ CBN = r.
It is found that âˆ i = âˆ r. This proves that Angle of Incidence is equal to Angle of Reflection.
As the incident ray, the reflected ray and the normal lie in the plane of paper, therefore, they lie in the same plane.

#### Question 7.

A ray of light falls normally on a plane mirror. What is the angle of incidence ?
Angle of incidence is 0Â°. Since angle of incidence isâ€™the angle between incident ray and normal. Direction of reflected ray is along BA opposite to the direction of incident ray.

#### Question 8.

Draw a diagram to show the reflection of a light ray incident normally on a plane mirror.
AO is the incident ray
OB is the reflected ray

ON is the normal
âˆ AON is the angle of incidence
âˆ NOB is the angle of reflection.

#### Question 9.

The diagram in Fig. shows an incident ray AO and the reflected ray OB from a plane mirror. The angle AOB is 30Â°. Draw normal on the plane mirror at the point O and find :
(i) the angle of incidence
(ii) the angle of reflection

ON is normal on the plane mirror at point O
ON is perpendicular on a plane mirror
Angle of incidence âˆ i = âˆ AON
and angle of reflection âˆ r = âˆ BON
Since, âˆ i â€“ âˆ r
âˆ AOB = 30Â°
â‡’ âˆ AON + âˆ BON = 30Â°
â‡’âˆ i + âˆ i â€“ 30Â°
â‡’ 2 âˆ i =30Â°
â‡’ âˆ i = 30 / 2 = 15Â°
âˆ´Angle of incidence = âˆ i = 15Â°
and Angle of reflection âˆ i = 15Â°

#### QuestionÂ 10.

In the following diagrams, measure and write the angle of incidence and draw the reflected ray in each case.

#### Â Question 11.

The diagram in fig. shows an incident ray AO and the normal ON on a plane mirror. Draw the reflected ray. State the law you use to draw the direction of the reflected ray.

Law of reflection of light is used to draw the direction of the reflected ray.
This law states that angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection.
âˆ i = âˆ r

Question 12.

The following diagram shows an incident ray AO and the normal ON on a plane mirror. Find the angle of incidence and angle of reflection.

ON is perpendicular on a plane mirror
Angle of incidence âˆ i (âˆ AON) i.e.
Angle between incident ray and normal ray = 90Â° â€“ 30Â° = 60Â°
Angle of Reflection = 60Â°
âˆ´ âˆ i = âˆ r
âˆ´ Angle between incident and reflected ray i.e. âˆ AOB
= 60 + 60 = 120Â°

#### Question 13.

State in words, how do you find the location of image of an object formed by a plane mirror.
The location of image of a point object is as far behind the mirror as the object is in front of it.

#### Question 14.

Draw a ray diagram showing the formation of image of a point object by a plane mirror.

#### Question 15.

The following diagram shows a point object O placed in front of a plane mirror. Take two rays from the point O and show how the image of O is formed and seen by the eye.

#### Question 16.

State four characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror.
(i) The image formed is erect.
(ii) The image is of the same size as that of the object.
(iii) The image is laterally inverted. Right side appears to be left and left side appeared to be right.

#### Question 17.

How is the position of image formed by a plane mirror related to the position of the object ?
The image formed by a plane mirror is laterally inverted, upright, of the same size and is formed far behind the mirror as the object is in front of it.

#### Question 18.

You are standing at a distance 2 metre from a plane mirror.
(a) What is the distance of your image from the mirror ?

(b) What is the distance between you and your image ?
(a) Distance of image from the mirror is also 2 metre.
(b) Distance between me and my image is 4 metre.

#### Question 19.

What is meant by lateral inversion of an image in a plane mirror ? Explain it with the help of a diagram.
Lateral Inversion : Inter change of sides between the object and its image is called Lateral Inversion.
Example :

t means image formed behind the mirror is as far behind the mirror as object is in front of it.
i.e. distance of M = dist of M in distance of O in front of mirror = distance of O image, and so on.

#### Question 20.

Wirte down the letter C and I as seen in a plane mirror.

#### Question 21.

What is irregular reflection ? Give an example.
Irregular reflection â€“ When a beam of light falls on such a surface which is not perfectly smooth and polished such as wall, wood, paper etc. the different portions of the surface reflect light in different directions. Such a reflection of light in different directions. Such a reflection of light from an uneven surface is called the irregular or diffused reflection.

#### Question 22.

How do we see objects around us ?
Objects are seen when light after striking them, returns in the same medium and reach our eyes.

#### Question 23.

State two uses of a plane mirror.
It is used as :
(i) Looking glass
(ii) In periscopes.

#### Question 24.

Can light travel in vacuum ?

Yes, light can travels in vacuum or air, a distance of nearly 299, 792, 458 metre (or nearly 3 x 108 metre) in one second. Thus, the speed of light in vacuum (or air) is 3 x 108 m sâ€™1 nearly.

Question 25.
State the speed of light in (a) air, (b) glass.
(a) Air â€” 3 Ã— 108
(b) Glass â€” 2 Ã— 108

#### Question 26.

State whether light slows down or speeds up in the following cases :
(a) Light going from air to glass.
(b) Light going from glass to water.

(c) Light going from water to air.
(a) Slows down
(b) Speeds up
(c) Speeds up

#### Question 27.

What are the primary colours ? Name the three primary colours.
Primary colours are the colours of light by mixing which white light is obtained. They are : (i) red (ii) green and (iii) blue.
Red + Green + Blue = White

#### Question 28.

What are the secondary colours ? Name the three secondary colours.

Secondary colours are the colours of light which are obtained by mixing the two primary colours. They are (i) yellow, (ii) cyan, and (iii) magenta.

#### Question 29.

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate colour
(a) Blue + â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ = Cyan
(b) Red + Blue + â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦. = Vhite
(c) Red + Blue =Â â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦
(d) Green + Red = â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦
(a) Blue + Green = Cyan
(b) Red + Blue + Green = White
(e) Red + Blue = Magenta
(d) Green + Red = Yellow

#### Question 30.

The leaves appear green when seen in white light. Give a reason.
Leaves appear green in white light because they reflect only the green light and absorb the light of all the other colours.

#### Question 31. Light Energy ICSE Class-7th

A rose appears red in white light. How will it appear in
(i) green light, (ii) red light ? Give a reason for your answer for each.
(i) If a red rose is seen in green light, it appears black. The reason is that the rose absorbs the green light falling on it and reflect none.
(ii) If a red rose is seen in red light, it appears bright red. This is because the rose reflects the red light falling on it and absorbs none of it.

#### Question 32.

Why does a piece of paper appear white in sunlight ? How would you expect it to appear when viewed in red light?
A piece of paper appears white in sunlight because it reflects light of all the colours. It would appear red when viewed in red light.

#### Question 33.

A piece of paper appears black in sunlight. What will be itÂ£ colour when seen in red light ?
A piece of paper appear black in sunlight. It would appear black when seen in red light because it absorbs light of all the colours.

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