Examples of Objects That Reflect Light?

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If objects do not emit their own light then they must reflect light so they can be seen. Reflection involves two rays, which are incoming or incident rays and outgoing or reflected rays. Reflected light obeys Snell's Law, which means the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection. Most objects do not emit their own light and they instead reflect light. Some examples of objects that reflect light are walls, metal, furniture, marble, mirrors, snow, and the moon.
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