# Answers under questions: which arrow represents the refracted arrow of incident ray a? ⇒ b which arrow

which arrow represents the refracted arrow of incident ray a?
⇒ b

which arrow represents the refracted arrow of incident ray d?
⇒ e

$Answers under questions: which arrow represents the refracted arrow of incident ray a?$

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1. Leggett3146 says:

It is A

Explanation:

I took the test on e2020

2. soreese02 says:

1.True

2. honestly I am not 100% sure and I don't want to answer it and then you get it wrong

3.False because yes breaking the big question down is helpful, when you have all your smaller questions you have to answer ALL of them not just one or you won't get your answer to the big question

3. masie03 says:

A.

Explanation:

4. 2003loganreed says:

Explanation:

Refraction is a phenomenon in which a wave (the light in this case) bends or changes its direction when passing through a medium with a refractive index different from the other medium.  Where the Refractive index is a number that describes how fast light propagates through a medium or material.

According to this, if we observe the rays  A an D passing throgh the biconcave lens, we will have two mediums:

1) The air

2)The material of the biconcave lens

This two mediums have different refractive indexes, hence the rays will change the direction.

-For the incident ray A, the corresponding refractive ray is B, because is the ray that bends after passing throgh the lens

-For the incident ray D, the refracted ray is E following the same principle.

5. brekline12 says:

i think it's  C. Secondary Questions will give more options for research topics

Explanation:

Because once you have an extra question, It can expand your topic and lead to other things related to your research

Hope this helps!

6. student0724 says:

there? Where will I stay? What do I want to

do when I arrive?

Conducting research is like planning for a trip.

You begin by choosing a topic, so you know

you consider research questions to narrow the

focus of your research to a central idea.

Write two possible research topics that you're

interested in learning more about, and explain

why you are interested in these topics. Then

write three research questions about each topic.

Will give brainliest!Explanation:

7. Nelly6978 says:

use thoughts as a research tipcu

Explanation:

Thoughts have been my greatest nemesis my entire life long.  Not all thoughts, just those that make me feel miserable, those with which I would torment myself for long periods of time.  Often they'd result from my own actions--I'd do something or say something I regretted, and I would spend hours or days feeling miserable as my mind went over all the possible negative repercussions for doing what I had done.

8. sarah5707 says:

A. Secondary questions help narrow the focus for research.

Explanation:

2020 edg And I got it right on the test