Review
Drill: Reflection and Mirrors
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True or False. The minimum length mirror a person needs to completely view his body (from head to toe) equals half his height.
State the Law of Reflection.
What is the rule for locating images in a plane mirror?
What is the relationship between the radius of a spherical mirror and its focal length?
What type of mirror has NO spherical aberrations?
Which type of mirror can only produce virtual, reduced images?
When does a concave mirror produce virtual images? are they enlarged or reduced?
When does a concave mirror produce no image?
Where is the object placed in front of a concave mirror to produce a reduced, real, inverted image?
Where is the object placed in front of a concave mirror to produce a real, inverted image that is the same size as the object?
State the mirror equation for a convex surface.
State the mirror equation for a concave surface.
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