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Subject: Why is one shadow darker than another shadow?

Date: Fri Jan 7 23:57:17 2000
Posted by Maaz Mc. Salah
Grade level: 7-9 School: No school entered.
City: Darussalam State/Province: No state entered. Country: Brunei
Area of science: Physics
ID: 947311037.Ph

firstname = Maaz
surname = Md. Salah
question = There are two identical light sources.If two same size and
identical objects are placed to block their light they will form
shadows.One object,X is nearer to its source of light,A.The other object,y
is further away from its source of light,B .The object which is nearer to
its light source will form a shadow which is darker than the one formed by
the object further away from its light source.Please explain why one
shadow is darker than the other.
sex = male
age = 13
address country = Brunei Darussalam
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Re: Why is one shadow darker than another shadow?

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