a concave mirror produces three times magnified(enlarged)real image of an object placed at 10 cm in front of it.where is the image located?
Asked by rohitguptagtkk | 18th Mar, 2019, 08:36: PM
As we know
Magnification m = v/u
v is the distance of image and u is distance of object from pole
So given m = 3 and u = 10 cm
Putting the values
v = m× u = 3×10 = 30 cm
Answered by Ankit K | 19th Mar, 2019, 08:28: AM
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