anonymous
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You wish to create an image that is 10 meters from an object. This image is to be upright and half the height of the object. You wish to accomplish this using one spherical mirror. What is the focal length of the mirror that would accomplish this? Why is s = 10 and s'= 20? You wish to create an image that is 10 meters from an object. This image is to be upright and half the height of the object. You wish to accomplish this using one spherical mirror. What is the focal length of the mirror that would accomplish this? Why is s = 10 and s'= 20? @Physics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'll help you out with a part of your question: it says that the image is half of the height of your object. Magnification = image / object If your object is at 10 then your image is at 20, divide the two and you get a magnification of 0.5, therefore meaning your image is half of the size of your object.

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