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Properties of Curved Mirrors and Lenses
Converging Diverging F F
CONVERGING LENS Ray parallel to axis through F Ray through F parallel to axis
Ray through center of lensno bending
Diverging Lens – smaller virtual image inside of F
Mirror & Lens Equations
= -- do di f di POSITIVE for REAL image NEGATIVE for VIRTUAL image f POSITIVE for Concave Mirror CONVERGING lens NEGATIVE for Convex Mirror DIVERGING lens
Si di M = -- = -- So do M = magnification Si = size of image So = size of object
beyond 2F @ F @ 2F inside of F between 2F & F
Concave Mirror & Converging LensObject Location Image Location Image Type Image Size beyond 2F (C) @ 2F (C) between F & 2F (C) @ F inside F
Object Location Image Location Image Type Image Size beyond 2F (C) between F & 2F (C) real smaller @ 2F (C) same larger @ F no image inside F Behind mirror; same side lens virtual
Convex Mirror; Diverging Lensany location virtual image, smaller Plane Mirror any location virtual image, same size
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