Problem by zainul abidin
30 Nov 1999 00:00 WIB
You can see a reflected image of your self when you look in a plane or curved mirror, in the surface of a pool of water, or even in the polished paintwork of a motor car. However, you do not see a reflected image when you look at a sheet of paper, even though the paper may be a good reflector of light. Suggest an explanation for these differences.