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## Light as a Wave MCQs: Questions and Answers

MCQ 1:

Phenomenon in which phase velocity of a wave depends on its frequency is called

1. optical convergence
2. optical dispersion
3. optical retardation
4. optical reflection
MCQ 2:

Principle which states that every point on a wavefront is a source of wavelets, is termed as

1. Ohm's principle
2. Huygen's principle
3. Hooke's principle
4. Inductance principle
MCQ 3:

Wavelength of light in a medium depends on the

1. index of refraction
2. index of reflection
3. index of incidence
4. index of retardation
MCQ 4:

The first person to advance a convincing wave theory for light was

1. Cristian Huygen
2. Nikola Tesla
3. Charles Darwin

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