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Summary Lecture 16 Summary Lecture 16 Optical Instruments alter the light-path and trick the eye into seeing an image of an object at seeing an image of an object at a different location and with different size
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Mirrors Law of Reflection I = R (Angles measured with respect to Normal) Image size h i Object size h o Object distance d o Image distance d i h o h i d o d i
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Conventions: h and h are positive if the objec h o and h i are positive if the object (image) is above the optical axis. d o and d i are positive if they are on the reflective side of the mirror (in front of the mirror) fis positive if the focal point is on the reflective side of the mirror the side of the mirror. (concave mirror) Magnification M = h / h O = - d / d O I I Mirror Equation 1 / d I + 1 / d O = 1 / f
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An image can be upright or inverted. h o , h i same sign or upright m>0 An image can be reduced or magnified |h i | > |h o | or magnified virtual
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course PHY 112 taught by Professor Beacom during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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