What are the characteristics of concave and convex mirror images?

What are the characteristics of concave and convex mirror images?

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Concave mirror Image Convex mirror image
Image Real and inverted or Virtual and erect Virtual and erect
Size Smaller or larger, depending on the position of the object. Smaller than the size of the object.
Position Depends on the position of the object. Always within the focus.

What are the characteristics of images formed by a concave mirror Class 7?

A concave mirror produces a smaller, bigger and inverted image based on its distance from the object. When the distance between object and mirror is large, a small inverted virtual image is formed. As the object is brought closer, the image becomes larger. At a very close distance, the image is large and upright.

What are the characteristics of image formed by concave mirror when the object is placed at C?

Whenever we place our object at the centre of curvature (C) of a concave mirror, we get a real and inverted image formed at the same position. Properties of image: It is of the same size as object and also real and inverted.

What kind of image is formed by a concave mirror?

Both real and virtual images are formed by the concave mirror. When the object is placed very close to the mirror, a virtual and magnified image is formed. When the distance between the objects in the mirror is increased, the size of the image gets diminished and a real image is formed.

What are the characteristics of the image formed by convex mirror?

The image formed by a convex mirror is always Diminished, Virtual and Erect.

What are the characteristics of the image formed by a convex mirror?

What are the characteristics of image formed by a plane mirror Class 8?

Characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror

• The image formed is erect.
• The image is laterally inverted.
• The image is of the same size as that of the object.
• The image is laterally inverted.
• The image formed is as far behind the mirror as the object is in front of it.

What are the characteristics of the image formed by a concave mirror when the object is placed at a far of distance?

Answer: the image will real, inverted, diminished and formed between focus and centre of curvature if the object is placed far of distance.

What are the characteristics of an image formed by a convex mirror?

What type of image is formed in concave mirror and convex mirror?

A concave mirror will form a virtual or real image. A convex mirror will only form erect and virtual images. Based on the placement of the object, a virtual or real image will be formed. Convex mirror forms only virtual and erect images irrespective of the position of the object.

What is the difference between concave mirror and convex mirror?

A concave mirror is a spherical mirror with an inwardly curved reflection surface, whereas a convex mirror is a spherical mirror with an outwardly bulged reflecting surface.

Which image is formed by concave mirror?

Both real and virtual images are formed by the concave mirror. When the object is placed very close to the mirror, a virtual and magnified image is formed.

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