What makes objects visible?
  • a)
    The absorption of light by objects
  • b)
    The reflected light from the object
  • c)
    The total internal reflection taking place in an object
  • d)
    The refracted light from the object
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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Manjari Upreti
Jan 07, 2019
An object is visible only when reflected light from the object reaches the retina of our eyes.

Amisha
Jan 07, 2019
Option B is correct bcoz ---
light coming from the source falls on the object and reflects back into our eyes and our eye lens form an image of it which is virtual and inverted , but our brain interprets correctly.

Shivam Kumar
Jan 07, 2019
The light from the sun falls on the tree and bounces off on the eyes of the man. this is how things and visible to us.

An object is visible only when reflected light from the object reaches the retina of our eyes.
An object is visible only when reflected light from the object reaches the retina of our eyes.