Asked Dec 29, 2019

When an illuminated object is held in front of a thick plane glass mirror, several images are seen, out of which second image is brightest . Give reason.


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When an illuminated object is held in front of a thick plane glass mirror, number of images is seen.

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 Out of which, the first image is reflection off the front surface of the mirror whereas the second image is at the silver backing. Silver reflects more light than glass a...

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