What Type of Image Does a Plane Mirror Form?

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The plane mirror will give an image of the object that is on the opposite side. It creates an erect, virtual image of the same size as the object where the distance from the object to the mirror equals the distance from the image to the mirror.
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A plane mirror forms an erect,virtual image of the same size as the object. The image formed by a plane mirror is virtual, erect, same size as object, and laterally inverted ( left
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A real image is formed when light from a particular point "really comes together" to another point, forming an image around that point. You can put a ccd at that point,
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