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Unformatted text preview: Create assignment, 57112, Homework 19, Sep 01 at 2:14 pm 1 This print-out should have 21 questions. Multiple-choice questions may continue on the next column or page find all choices before answering. The due time is Central time. Covers 34.1-34.4 Concave Mirror 02 36:03, trigonometry, numeric, > 1 min, nor- mal. 001 A concave mirror has a focal length f = 40 cm. Determine the conditions on the object po- sition p for the image to be erect at q . 1. p < f 2. f < p 3. f < q 4. p < q 5. p < q < f 6. q < f 7. q = p 8. f < p < q 9. q < f < p 002 Determine the object position p for the image to be erect and 5 times the size of the object. Answer in units of cm. 003 What is the radius of curvature of the mirror? Assume the mirror is spherical. Answer in units of cm. Concave Mirror 03 36:03, trigonometry, multiple choice, < 1 min, fixed. 004 For a concave mirror, when the object is placed farther from the mirror than the mir- rors focal length, but closer to the mirror than the mirrors radius ( f < p < R ), the image is 1. smaller than the object. 2. same size as the object. 3. larger than the object. 005 For a concave mirror, when the object is placed farther from the mirror than the mir- rors focal length, but closer to the mirror than the mirrors radius ( f < p < R ), the image is 1. erect. 2. inverted. 3. at infinity or undetermined. 006 For a concave mirror, when the object is placed farther from the mirror than the mir- rors focal length, but closer to the mirror than the mirrors radius ( f < p < R ), the image is...
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HW19 - Create assignment, 57112, Homework 19, Sep 01 at...

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