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If an object becomes invisible when seen through a coloured glass, the object and the background can be of different colours.
Statement 2 A coloured glass absorbs light of that colour.
So in this question we have to statements and statement one, it is saying that if an object become invisible invisible bend when seen through the color glass, then object and the background can be of different colors of different colors. So this statement is a corrective statement because to make a visible invisible uh to make any object invisible using the color glass, the color glass will absorb all the lights of other colors, so hence it will invest invisible the object. Okay, now moving to the statement to which is saying that a colored glass absorbed light of that color. This is wrong. Statement A colored glass, a colored glass absorbs light of other colors. Okay, other colors. So this becomes the answer for this problem. And statement one is correct in a statement to his uh incorrect. So from the given options options, see here is the answer for this question. Okay, thank you.
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