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A mirror is inclined at an angle of theta with the horizontal. If a ray of light is incident at an angle theta with the mirror ,then the angle made by reflected ray with the horizontal is

Asked by ajeet 14th October 2017, 11:05 AM
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Answer:
As the angle of reflection and angle of incidence are same.
The reflected ray forms an angle θ which is equal to the angle made by the mirror with the horizontal 
They form alternate angle because both have the same angle θ.
Hence reflected ray is parallel to horizontal which implies that reflected ray has zero angle with the horizontal
Answered by Expert 29th November 2017, 4:00 PM
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