Question

12.

An object 4.0 cmcm high is placed 17 cmcm in front of a convex mirror whose focal length is -10 cm . What is the image distance?

4.1 cmcm |

-16 cmcm |

-6.3 cmcm |

-17 cmcm |

24 cmcm |

14. An object that is located at the center of curvature of a spherical concave mirror produces which type of image?

A real, inverted image |

A real, upright image |

A virtual, inverted image |

A virtual, upright image |

There is no image for such an object. |

Answer #1

12) Let the image distance is v.

The object distance u=17 cm.

The focal length f=10 cm.

From the mirror formula

The image distance is -6.296296296 cm or -6.3 cm approximately.

14)

An object that is located at the center of curvature of a
spherical concave mirror produces **A real, inverted
image.**

object of height 25.0 cm is placed 50.0 cm in front of
a spherical mirror of focal length 35.0 cm. The image is formed on
the opposite side of the mirror. (2 points each)
a) Is the image real or virtual, and why?
b) Is the mirror concave or convex, and why?
c) Is the image upright or inverted, and why?
d) What is the image distance?
e) What is the image height?

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focal length:
cmcm
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radius of curvature:
cmcm
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concave
convex
cannot be determined

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please show all work for each question asked.

Mirror lab
Object distance = measured distance from object/lighted object
to center of mirror = p or do
Image distance = measured distance from center of mirror to
image/screen = q or di
Focal length calculated using mirror equation:
(1/f) = (1/p) + (1/q) or (1/f) = (1/do) + (1/di)
Magnification: m = -(q/p) or m = -(di/do)
Procedure pp101-102
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b.) p > q: p = 50 cm, q...

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