Class 10 Science Chapter 11: Human Eye & Colorful World

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What part of the eye controls the amount of light entering the eye?


Which part of the eye is responsible for converting light into electrical signals that are sent to the brain?


Which structure in the human eye helps in focusing light onto the retina?


What do we perceive when light of a specific wavelength falls on the retina?


Which part of the eye is responsible for protecting and bending light rays as they enter the eye?


What is the phenomenon called when light strikes a flat surface and bounces off in different directions?


What is formed when light reflects off mirrors or transparent surfaces?


According to Snell's Law, what is the relationship between the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection?

The angles are equal

Which factor does not affect the intensity of reflected light?

Angle of incidence

What happens to colors after reflection?

Colors remain unchanged

In which situation can reflections appear brighter even if the intensity remains the same?

Surrounded by bright colors

What is the primary purpose of mirrors?

To show virtual images using reflection

How do telescopes work in relation to light waves?

Magnify them

What type of light is often used by security cameras for night vision?

Infrared light

Why can we see the shape of an object dropped in water even when it's underwater?

Because of waveforms reflecting off the water surface

What is the main reason why visible light is not suitable for long-distance travel in security cameras?

It lacks enough energy to travel far distances

Why is understanding how light behaves during reflection crucial for telescopes?

To collect and magnify light waves accurately

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Class 10 Science Chapter 11: Focusing on the Human Eye and Colorful World

Test your knowledge on the human eye and the colorful world with questions focusing on its anatomy, function, and optical phenomena. Identify key structures such as the iris, retina, lens, and cornea, and understand their roles in vision and perception.

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