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Clickers5 - 1. Virtual Erect 2. Virtual Inverted 3. Real...

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A ray parallel to the axis of a concave mirror 1. Is reflected along the radius thru the center of the curvature of the mirror 2. After reflection passes through the focal point 3. Is reflected also parallel to the axis
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A ray passing thru a focal point of a thin converging lens 1. Is refracted parallel to the lens axis 2. Does not deviate appreciably 3. Refracts to pass through the second focal point
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An image of an object formed by this plane mirror is
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Virtual Erect 2. Virtual Inverted 3. Real Erect 4. Real Inverted An image formed by this thin convergent lens is 1. Virtual Erect 2. Virtual Inverted 3. Real Erect 4. Real Inverted An image formed by this thin divergent lens is 1. Virtual Erect 2. Virtual Inverted 3. Real Erect 4. Real Inverted An image of a coin embedded in the crystal ball is 1. Virtual Erect. 2. Virtual Inverted. 3. Real Erect 4. Real Inverted....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course PHY na taught by Professor Richardscalettar during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.

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Clickers5 - 1. Virtual Erect 2. Virtual Inverted 3. Real...

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