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# Solution: An upright object that is 2.0 mm tall is placed to the left of a concave spherical mirror that has focal length f = +20.0 cm. The image is 4.0 mm tall and is upright. Is the image real or virtual? A. Real B. Virtual

###### Problem

An upright object that is 2.0 mm tall is placed to the left of a concave spherical mirror that has focal length f = +20.0 cm. The image is 4.0 mm tall and is upright. Is the image real or virtual?

A. Real

B. Virtual

Mirror Equation

Mirror Equation

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Solved â€¢ Fri Mar 10 2017 18:27:10 GMT-0500 (EST)

Mirror Equation

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#### Q. A concave mirror is placed 0.800 m to the left of an object that is 2.00 mm tall. The mirror forms an image on a screen that is to the right of the ob...

Solved â€¢ Thu Feb 02 2017 15:25:21 GMT-0500 (EST)

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Solved â€¢ Thu Feb 02 2017 09:38:16 GMT-0500 (EST)