A ray of light gets refracted ______ while entering the lens. - Science and Technology 1

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A ray of light gets refracted ______ while entering the lens.

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  • once

  • twice

  • thrice

  • doesn’t happen

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Solution

A ray of light gets refracted twice while entering the lens.

Explanation:

A ray of light gets refracted twice while passing through a lens, once while entering the lens and once while emerging from the lens.

Concept: Lens
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Chapter 7: Lenses - Choose the correct option.

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