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An object of height 5.00 cm is placed in front of a concave spherical mirror that has a radius of curvature of 40.0 cm. Determine the image distance, the nature of the image (i.e. real or virtual), the magnification, and the height of the image for an object distance of (a) 24.0 cm and (b) 15.0 cm.

JUST PART B PLEASE!!!

Answers FOR PART B: **-60.0 cm, virtual, +4.00, 20.0
cm.**

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Answer #1

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In your handwritten work:
Show how you solved focal length, image distance, and
magnification.
What are the image characteristics?
Draw a ray diagram.
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