IMAGE FORMATION

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An object viewed using a flat mirror appears to be located behind the mirror, because to the observer the diverging rays from the source appear to come from behind the mirror.The images reflected in flat mirrors have the following properties: The image distance q behind the mirror equals the object distance p from the mirror

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AProject WorkOnTO COLLECT THE INFORMATION OF CHANGE IN SIZE AND NATURE OF IMAGE FORMED BY LENSE AND MIRRORINPHYSICSSubmitted bySanjay YadavClass - Xth DSubmitted toNAND LAL KHANNA INTER COLLEGE, KANPURIMAGE FORMATIONAn object viewed using a flat mirror appears to be located behind the mirror, because to the observer the diverging rays from the source appear to come from behind the mirror.The images reflected in flat mirrors have the following properties:The image distanceqbehind the mirror equals the object distancepfrom the mirrorThe image heighth'equals the object heighthso that the lateral magnificationThe image has an apparent left-right reversalThe image isvirtual, not real!Real Imagewhere the light ray actually come to a focusyou can actually see the object projected on a screen placed at that locationVirtual Imageno light rays actually come directly from a virtual image, they just appear to the eye to do so.(When you see yourself in the mirror, are you actually located behind it as you appear?)EXPERIMENTOBJECTIVETo collect the information of change in size and nature of image formed by lens and mirror.TITLE : Image formation from cylindrical mirror.Figure 1APPARATUS1. Optics Bench -Light Source2. Ray Table and Base -Component Holder (2)3. Slit Plate -Ray Optics Mirror4. Parallel Ray Lens.PRINCIPLEIn order to view an object, you must sight along a line at that object; and when you do light will c

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