FRANK Solutions for Class 9 Physics Chapter 6 - Light - Spherical Mirrors
Practise Frank Solutions for ICSE Class 9 Physics Chapter 6 Light - Spherical Mirrors to aim for a higher score in your exam. Find out the key differences between virtual images and real images. Also, revise the terms such as principal axis, pole, aperture, concave mirror, convex mirror, etc.
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Chapter 6 - Light - Spherical Mirrors Exercise 258
= 1/2 X 30 = 15cm.
(ii). Centre of curvature is the centre of the imaginary sphere to which the mirror belongs
(iii). Aperture is the distance between the extreme points on the periphery of the mirror.
(iv). Principal axis is the straight line passing through the pole and the centre of curvature.
(v) The principle focus of a spherical mirror may be defined as a point on its principle axis where a beam of light parallel to the principle axis converges to or appears to diverge from after reflection from the spherical mirror.
Magnification = height of image / height of object.
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Chapter 6 - Light - Spherical Mirrors Exercise 259
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