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When an object is located very far away from a convex mirror, the image of the object is 14.0 cm behind the mirror. Using a ray diagram drawn to scale, determine where the image is located when the object is placed 7.0 cm in front of the mirror. Note that the mirror must be drawn to scale also. In your drawing, assume that the height of the object is 3.0 cm.

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