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Chapter 35.2, Problem 35.3QQ
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Consider the image in the mirror in Figure 35.14. Based on the appearance of this image, would you conclude that (a) the mirror is concave and the image is real, (b) the mirror is concave and the image is virtual, (c) the mirror is convex and the image is real, or (d) the mirror is convex and the image is virtual?

Figure 35.14

Chapter 35.2, Problem 35.3QQ, Consider the image in the mirror in Figure 35.14. Based on the appearance of this image, would you

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Chapter 35 Solutions

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