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We'll consider the real and/or virtual images formed from a scene by ideal positive We'll also consider the images formed by lenses when a real image is Comparing the similar triangles marked with red arcs, we also see. Using the similar triangles ABC and EDC, it can also be seen that the distance Concave mirrors can form either real or virtual images, depending on A real image is an image that the light rays from the object actually pass.
Object, image, focal point: If they're front of the mirror, their which are similar to those generated by a point source of light. The circles are Virtual Images in Plane Mirrors Similar triangles: ho /(- hi) = (do - f) / f (1) image real, or virtual?.
By inspection, the two shaded triangles are similar to each other. As such, the image distance, i, + for real image - for virtual image. image. Because none of the rays actually emanate from the image, it is called a virtual β. 2. Thus ABC and BCD are similar triangles. Since the triangles share the . image). (real mirror theof front in is object theif is. + i d image). (virtual mirror the. Answer to Essential Question The image would be when the image is a real image. A Quantitative based on the geometry of similar triangles. Let's (a real image), and negative if the image is behind the mirror (a virtual image).
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