A plane mirror makes an image of objects in front of it; these images appear to be
behind the plane in which the mirror lies. A straight line drawn from part of an ...
Consider a ray AO strikes the plane mirror at an angle AON with the normal ON to
the .... Thus the conclusion is that object and image for a plane mirror lie on ...
The color of an opaque object is the same as the light that is .... A blue object will
appear black when illuminated with ... Object and image for a plane mirror lie
The reflection of light from a plane mirror can be summarised by the following
laws: 1. ... and the normal to the surface at the point of incidence all lie in the
same plane. ... For a real object, the image produced by a plane mirror is virtual
and the ...
Mirrors, whether plane, concave or convex, produce images. ... Aberration; The
mirror equation: object, image and focal distances; Convex mirrors ... can invert
top to bottom: all I'd have to do is to lie on the floor with my feet towards the mirror!
The incident ray, the reflected ray and the normal all lie in the same plane.
Normal is the ... The term image is used for any reproduction of an object by
means of rays of light. ... In the case of plane mirrors, the image is said to be a
The image formed by a plane mirror is called a virtual image because the light .....
underwater object appears to lie closer to the surface than its actual distance.
The object and all its (virtual) images lie equidistant from each other on a circle
whose center is the line between the two mirrors, in a plane perpendicular to that
Different cases of reflection and image formation in plane mirror, for example two
... Check the distances from mirror to the object and image. ..... with the object
placed on the bisector, there will be two images that lying on the mirrors'
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Mar 9, 2008 ... ... that illustrates that the virtual image formed in a plane mirror is erect, ... in a
mirror as virtual, erect, as far behind the mirror as the object is in ...