We can't see the shadow in dark. (Give reason)
Asked by Jayant.n.senapati | 8th Jan, 2020, 07:40: PM
Opaque objects are able to form a shadow because light do not pass through them.
Whatever may be the colour of the object, the colour of the shadow is always black because it is not illuminated by light.
As shadows are black we cannot see shadows in dark.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 9th Jan, 2020, 10:46: AM
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