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Images in Curved Mirrors all mirrors are not flat...
Can you think of examples of curved mirrors? Flashlights Makeup mirrors Security mirrors
2 Types of Curved Mirrors Concave Convex Pg 496
Concave Mirror Also known as a converging mirror Caves in Middle bulges away from you
Convex Mirror Also known as a diverging mirror Caves OUT Middle bulges TOWARDS you
Concave Mirrors Reflected rays always converge in a concave mirror This is why they are also called converging mirrors Pg 496
Centre of Curvature (C) Centre of the sphere It is 2 times the length of the focus (F) Pg 496
Focus (F) A point where parallel light rays come together (converge) Pg 496
Principle Axis (P.A.) A line through the centre of curvature to the midpoint of the mirror Pg 496
Vertex (V) The point where the principle axis meets the mirror Pg 496
How to locate the Image in a Concave Mirror 1.From the top of the object, draw a light ray parallel to the P.A. When it hits the mirror, it should reflect through the focus
How to locate the Image in a Concave Mirror 2.From the top of the object, draw a light ray through the focus When it hits the mirror, it should reflect back, parallel to the P.A.
How to locate the Image in a Concave Mirror 3.Where the two light rays intersect (cross) that represents the top of the image Draw in your image
Try it out: Draw the focus 4 cm from the vertex. So this means C will be 8 cm from the vertex (2F). Find the reflected image.
an image that is formed IN FRONT of the mirror The image can be projected on a screen an image that is formed BEHIND the mirror The image CANNOT be projected on a screen
Summary of Images in a Concave Mirror Pg 499
Learning Outcome Draw a ray diagram to find the position, nature and size of the image produced by a concave and convex mirrors.
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10.4 Images in Convex Mirrors Copyright © 2010 McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. Convex mirrors are mirrors with reflective surfaces that bulge or curve outwards.
Convex Mirrors. 2 Convex Mirror F and C are behind mirror.
Textbook Reference 10.4 (P ). Convex Mirrors A mirror with a surface curved outward is a convex mirror, also called a diverging mirror A convex.
Mirrors that are not flat are called curved mirrors. Depending on whether the reflective coating is on the inside or outside of the curve will decide.
Reflection from Curved Mirrors. 2 Curved mirrors The centre of the mirror is called the pole. A line at right angles to this is called the principal axis.
Concave Mirrors Can Form Real Inverted Images. Topic4.4 (Pages ) TODAY WE WILL... Have a quick review about plane mirrors, and the terms of a concave.
Concave (converging) Mirrors
Code for diagrams Types of Lines: Solid Lines = Light Rays Dashed Lines = Virtual Rays Dotted Lines = Guide lines (not a ray) Colors: Blue = Incident Light.
Curved Mirrors SNC2P – Optics. Curved Mirrors Curved mirrors are created when you make part of the surface of a sphere reflective There are two types.
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Grade 10 Science – Optics Unit Cardinal Ambrozic C.S.S.
Curved Mirrors and Ray Diagrams SNC2D. Concave Mirrors A concave mirror is a curved mirror with the reflecting surface on the inside of the curve. The.
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