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is a mirrors surface transparent translucent or opaque how do you know

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  1. frogs29
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    I would say transparent because a mirror is just glass with a reflective coating behind the galss.

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    i am guessing the question is about one way miiror. A mirror is neither transparent nor translucent because you can hardly see through it. What you see is only a reflection. A mirror is Opaque The mirror as a whole is opaque but without the silver coating the glass is transparent.

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