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Asked by sarveshvibrantacademy 26th April 2019, 9:40 AM
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(A) mirror moves upwards   :-  A on wall shifts upwards
       when mirror move upwards, angle of incidence at top most point of mirror increases that makes equal increase of angle of reflection.
      Hence, on wall, A shifts upwards
(B) mirror moves towards point source O and (C) point source O moves towards mirror  :-
                                           on wall AB increases, A shifts upwards, Central spot intensity of reflected light on the wall increases.
       when mirror moves towards point source O or if point source O moves towards mirror, distance betweenn them decreases.
      This makes increase of angle of incidence  both at top end and bottom end of mirror .
       Hence angle of reflection has increased to make increased AB  on wall.
       Hence A shifts upwards, AB increases. Since light source is coming close to mirror more light intensity is reflected,
       hence central portion of the reflected  light intensity increases.
(D) when both source O and mirror moves away from wall, AB on the wall increases, A shifts upwards.
          Reflected light intensity makes angular distribution of light at the wall. As distance bewteen mirror and wall  increases,
          illuminated area increases on the wall.          Hence AB increases, A shifts upwards
Answered by Expert 27th April 2019, 7:34 AM
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