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Solution for The Radiations Present in Sunlight Which Make a Solar Cooker Work Are: (A) Visible Light Rays (B) Ultraviolet Rays (C) Comic Rays (D) Infrared Rays - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Question

The radiations present in sunlight which make a solar cooker work are:

(a) visible light rays
(b) ultraviolet rays
(c) comic rays
(d) infrared rays

Solution

 infrared rays

Infrared rays make sunlight warm. The warmth of sunlight is used in a solar cooker.

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Solution The Radiations Present in Sunlight Which Make a Solar Cooker Work Are: (A) Visible Light Rays (B) Ultraviolet Rays (C) Comic Rays (D) Infrared Rays Concept: Alternative or Non-conventional Sources of Energy - Solar Energy.
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