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The diagram illustrates a convex mirror, with F and F´ at a distance of one focal length f from the mirror, and with C as the center of the sphere that describes the mirror's shape. In what direction is the ray drawn to find the reflected image in the mirror? **diagram attached!* A. the direction from P through F B. parallel to the principal axis C. perpendicular to the principal axis D. along the line from F´ to P

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    |dw:1433209771125:dw|

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    THE LINE APPEARS TO COME FROM F

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    hmmmmm ??

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    in a convex lens it passes through F after refraction. In a convex mirror it appears to come from F after reflection.

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    ohh okay! so would that mean it is choice B?

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