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Which object listed below will scatter light?


A.a peice of wood
B.a tinted window
C.a pair of eyeglasses
D.a clear window panel

i think that's d

sorry tyler bake r that is wrong !

A frosted window scatters light, but b, c, and d all let light go through in essentially straight rays. That leave the wood: Wood does indeed scatter light in backward directions, like a scattered reflection. Wood is the best answer. I suspect your teacher intended the tinted window to be a frosted window.

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