Question

ho-
1cm

f=2.5cm

do=1.5

find the following

- Ray tracing

-Measure for di and hi

- mirror equation for di and hi (1/f= 1/do+ 1/di)

Answer #1

**You didn't mention the type of mirror, so I am doing for
both concave and convex mirror.**

**Please answer whichever was asked.**

**Comment in case any
doubt before submission**

**Case 1)** For convex mirror

1/f = 1/v + 1/u

1/2.5 = 1/ v - 1/1.5

v = 0.94 cm

Image height

h' = h v / u

h' = 1 * 0.94 / 1.5 = 0.625 cm

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**Case 2)** If mirror is concave

-1/2.5 = 1/v - 1/1.5

v = 3.75 cm

Image height

h' = 1 * 3.75 / 1.5 = 2.5 cm

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