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If a person is standing between two plane mirrors, then how many images will be formed?

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  1. dirtymind Group Title
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    please tell me

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  2. DLS Group Title
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    infinite

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  3. dirtymind Group Title
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    it's not correct

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    do you have two mirror in ir home @dirtymind

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    it's answer is 5,but don't know how

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    yes i hv

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  7. chmvijay Group Title
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    then keep them parallel to each other and stand in between them and observe and answer :)

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    i didn't get

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  9. chmvijay Group Title
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    mean to check the no of images you do one experiment in which you keep thos mirrors around 1m apart and just stand in between them and see the both mirrors what you will observe :) that is the answer to ur question

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    it is infinite as the mirrors are placed at an angle of 180 degrees to each other and so an image reflects the other and the process goes on hence infinite images are formed.

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    yaaa its infinite :)

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    if it's 5, that means the mirrors are not parallel and should have an angle of 60 degrees between them. You might want to post the complete question.

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    Infinite......and Shadowys is right..

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