270CHAPTER 23 (b)One image is real, inverted and one-quarter the size of the object. The other image is real, inverted and four times the size of the object. 40.9.26 cm in front of the second lens, 0.370M= +42.(a)–11.1 cm (b)2.50M= +(c)virtual, upright 44.(a)13.3 cm (b)5.90M= −(c)inverted, virtual 48.8.0 cm 50.25.3 cm behind the mirror, virtual, upright, 8.05M= +52.(a)–12.0 cm
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