rev23sp09 - April 9, 2009 PHY 2054 Discussion Spring 09...

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April 9, 2009 PHY 2054 Discussion Spring ‘09 Conceptual Review: Chapter 23 1. How do you determine whether the image of an object is real or virtual? 2. How do you determine whether the image of an object is upright or inverted? 3. How do you determine the front side and back side of a mirror/lens? B. Flat Mirrors 1. What is the minimum area of a wall-mounted mirror to see the entire image of a rectangular card of area A ? C. Spherical Mirrors 1. If you move an object to the right, does the image move to the left or right? 2. An object is placed in front of a spherical mirror with focal length f . If the size of an image is twice the size of the object, what is the object distance p? Is the mirror convex or concave? D. Refracting Surfaces 1. A container filled with fluid 1 has the apparent depth d 1 . If the same container is filled with fluid 2, then the apparent depth is d 2 . What is n 1 /n 2 ? 2. A transparent sphere is observed to form an image of the Sun on its surface opposite the Sun. What is
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course PHY 2054 taught by Professor Avery during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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rev23sp09 - April 9, 2009 PHY 2054 Discussion Spring 09...

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