if an image formed an a concave mirror is real and enlarged its magnification will be
Asked by purnimap035 | 27th May, 2021, 07:56: PM
If an image formed on a concave mirror is real and enlarged its magnification will be -v/u.
where v is image distance and u is object distance.
The value of magnification will be greater than 1 because image formed is enlarged (magnified) but the sign convention will be negative because image will be formed to left side of the mirror.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 28th May, 2021, 01:21: PM
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