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Difference between a shadow and an image of any object.

Asked by Topperlearning User 15th May 2015, 7:12 AM
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Answer:
Image Shadow
  • Image is formed due to the reflection or refraction.
  • Shadow is formed when the light falls on an opaque object.
  • Image is seen when light comes from the object after reflection or refraction enters the observer's eye.
  • No light enters the eye from the shadow of the object.
  • Image gives more information such as colour, structure, etc. about the object.
  • Shadow does not provide any details about the object but it gives an idea about the shape of the object.
Answered by Expert 15th May 2015, 9:12 AM
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