Problem: We can see each other in the classroom right now because we A) emit thermal radiation. B) emit visible light. C) emit infrared light D) reflect visible light. E) reflect infrared light.

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Visible light refers to a section of the electromagnetic radiation capable of causing the sensation of vision. At night, if we shine light towards our eyes using a flashlight, we cannot see anything around us.

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We can see each other in the classroom right now because we 

A) emit thermal radiation. 

B) emit visible light. 

C) emit infrared light 

D) reflect visible light. 

E) reflect infrared light.

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