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NAME: ______________________________________SECTION: ____________________________SCORE: _________


_____1. Light travels in a

A. Circle B. straight line C. wavy line D. light travels in vibration
_____2. All the light will pass through
A. translucent B. transparent C. opaque D. transformer
_____3. Which of the following materials is transparent?
A. Clear window glass B. Your eyelids C. Solid wood door D. White paper
_____4. Which of these objects is opaque
A. A brick wall B. Eyeglass lenses C. Liquid water D. Stained glass windows
_____5. Which of these objects is translucent
A. A student’s notebook B. A mirror on the bus C. A brick wall of the school D. A student’s eyeglas
_____6. Which part of an automobile is transparent
A. Door Handle B. Side Mirror C. Hubcap D. Windshield
_____7. A shiny aluminium screen can be placed on the windshield of a parked car. This screen helps to keep the car
cool because it —
A. reflects the sunlight B. absorbs heat C. causes evaporation D. conducts electricity
_____8. Light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object - then it can:
A. Reflect, Refract, Transmit, C. Absorb, Reflect and Refract
B. only Reflect, Absorb, Transmit D. Dissolve
_____9. Reflection means - A. Light Bends B. Light is being taken in C. Light passes through D. Light Bounces
_____10. Refraction means - A. Light Bounces B. Light Bends
C. Light is being taken in Light D. Passes through
_____11. Transparent means - A. Light will not pass through B. All the light will pass through
C. Some of the light will pass through
_____12. Opaque means A. All of the light will pass through B. Some of the light will pass through
C. None of the light will pass through
_____13. Why does the lower part of a pencil appear so much different in size from the upper part?
A. The light rays that travel through water and then into air are refracted.
B. The light rays that travel through water and then into air are enlarged.
C. The light rays that travel through air and then into water are reflected.
D. The light rays that travel through air and then into water are reduced.
_____14. By passing white light through a prism, you can tell —
A. that white light is actually a mixture of different colors C. the mass of the prism
B. the original source of the light D. that blue light is brighter than white light
_____15. Which of the following is the best observation of the refraction of light?
A. Looking at oneself in a mirror C. Looking at a shadow of an object
B. Viewing an object through an open window D. Viewing an object partially in water
_____16. Newton’s discovery of the prism and light spectrum led most directly to an understanding of the cause of —
A. x-rays B. spots C. rainbows D. starlight
_____17. When light hits an object, the rays can pass through it, bounce off it, or be absorbed by it. Light rays that
bounce back are — A. radiant B. reflected C. refracted D. radar
_____18. Roger Bacon is credited for developing the magnifying glass. His understanding of which of these was most
useful for this development? A. Light B. Sound C. Gravity D. Electricity
_____19. What is light?
A. what we see with our eyes C. a form of energy that travels in waves
B. a form of work that reflects D. produce by electricity
_____20. Which tool can be used to separate white light into different colors?
A. Mirror B. camera C. prism D. hammer
_____21. The colors that make up white light are called what?
A. Prism B. visible spectrum C. energy waves D. crayons
_____22. What do light rays do as they pass from one transparent material to another?
A. Bend B. disappear C. reflect D. absorbs
_____23. Reflection happens when light strikes and then __________________ a surface.
A. Breaks B. bounces off C. reflects D. absorbs
_____24. Which of the following would reflect the most light?
A. wood table B. ceramic cup C. mirror D. colored glass
_____25. What three things can light rays travel through?
A. solids, liquids, gases B. air, water, outer space C. humans, plants, animals
_____26. Light behaves like both a particle and a ______. A. Current B. Wave C. Voltage D. Field
_____27. Which of the following types of waves travel fastest? A. Sound B. Heat C. Light D. Water
_____28. What are the primary colours of light?
A. Red, pink, yellow B. Blue, green, red C. Red, green, yellow D. Red, orange, yellow
_____29. Can we see a shadow under a transparent object?
A. No we can't. It is only with opaque objects C. No we can’t, not all object has shadow
B. Yes, we can see a shadow with all the objects D. Yes we can, all things has shadow
_____30. White objects A. Reflect the colour white and absorb the rest B. Absorb all the colours
C. Reflect all the colours D. Has no color
_____31. Black objects... A. Reflect all the colours and absorb the white colour
B. Absorb all the colours and reflect black C. Absorb all the colours and don't reflect any
_____32. How many objects are there according to how much light passes through them?
A. Three : air, water and glass B. Two : black and white C. Three : translucent, opaque and transparent
_____33. When do we say that an object is opaque?
A. When light can pass easily through them C. When some light can pass through them
B. When light cannot pass through them D. When light is scattered
_____34. Why do we see a blue car? A. Because light refracts on it
C. Because it reflects the colour blue and absorbs the rest of the colours
D. Because it absorbs the colour blue and reflects the rest of the colours
_____35. Which of the following is NOT a source of natural light?
A. Lightning B. Jellyfish C. Flashlight D. Fire
_____36. How does light travel?
A. It travels in wavelengths. C. It travels in a straight line.
B. It travels only during the day. D. It travels farthest at night.
_____37. What is our main source of light energy?
A. Stars B. Fire C. Sun D. Solar panels
_____38. Traditionally, a rainbow has how many colors?
A. 5 B. 6 C. 7 D. 8
_____39. Objects that emit or send off their own light are luminous objects. Which of the following is not luminous?
A. Sun B. Stars C. Moon D. Light bulbs
_____40. Which of the following is a proof that lights travels in a straight line?
A. Formation of shadows C. Formation of rainbows
B. Formation of clouds D. Formation of colors