can someone explain the 3 steps used in ray tracing to find where an image forms?

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can someone explain the 3 steps used in ray tracing to find where an image forms?

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are you referring to a lens or to amirror?
a mirror*
i believe its referring to both, the question is "describe the 3 steps in ray tracing used to identify where an image forms" very vague... so I'm assuming its asking both @Michele_Laino

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case of a converging lens: |dw:1439655744532:dw|
the other two points, not labelled in my drawing at located at 2*f where f is the focal distance of our lens
oops..are located
case of a spherical mirror: |dw:1439656157731:dw|
of course, many other cases, depending on the relative position of the object with respect to the mirror, and depending on the type of lens and mirror used, are possible
so the steps would be identifying where the object is, then if the ray is parallel to the axis and finally where the lines meet to create the image... is that correct? @Michele_Laino

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