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ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

Show that for a flat mirror hi= ho, knowing that the image is a distance behind the mirror equal in magnitude to the distance of the object from the mirror.

To determine

To prove:

The height of the object is equal to the height of the image for a flat mirror.

Explanation

Given info:

Distance of image behind the mirror is equal to distance of object from the mirror.

Formula used:

Formula for magnification is,

  m=hiho=dido .... (1)

Here,

  • m is the magnification.
  • hi is the height of the image.
  • ho is the height of object.
  • d0 is the object distance.
  • di is the image distance

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