Fill in the Blanks in the Following. the Size of the Pupil Becomes ________ When You See in Dim Light. - Science

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Fill in the blanks in the following.

The size of the pupil becomes ________ when you see in dim light.

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Solution

The size of the pupil becomes large when you see in dim light.

(In dim light, the amount of light entering the eye is very little. To increase the amount of light, the pupil expands.)

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Chapter 16: Light - Exercises [Page 212]

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Chapter 16 Light
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