The Road to Olympia is an intellectual program that is loved by many audiences. Many people, even though they have long passed high school, still take time to watch the show because of the attractiveness and drama of the 4 parts. In addition, the questions, even though they have been broadcast for a long time, are still valuable over time, but when viewed again, many people enjoy.
The questions are spread across many different areas, adding variety to the program and assessing the level of understanding of the candidates. Therefore, not only questions about Mathematics and Literature, but also questions about Physics knowledge are also of great interest to many people.
In the competition of Week I, March, Quarter I of the 16th year Olympia, there is an interesting 9th grade Physics question as follows: A letter is written in red. When looking through a blue glass we will see what color text?
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Similar to the program’s feature of evoking the candidates’ creativity and understanding, this question is interesting because it is highly realistic. However, during the answer time, the candidate gave the wrong answer and the remaining 3 candidates did not win the right to answer.
The answer to this question is: Black.
According to the program’s explanation, the blue glass will prevent red light from entering our eyes, so we will see black text. This is the 9th grade Physics knowledge related to the lesson “Colors of objects under white light and bright images”.
That is to see, the knowledge in the program The Road to Olympia is extremely broad, not only in high school knowledge (the age of candidates participating in the program), but also in the knowledge learned and understood. know the candidate’s society. Therefore, before coming to this intellectual arena, students should equip themselves with many sources of knowledge to confidently compete as possible.