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Unformatted text preview: 2/18/11 Physics 122 1 2/18/11 Physics 122 2 ? 2/18/11 Physics 122 6 3/10/10 Physics 122 7 3/10/10 Physics 122 8 2/18/11 Physics 122 9 symbolic “eyes” 2/18/11 Physics 122 10 mirror ordinary object 2/18/11 Physics 122 11 object equal distance along perpendicular Virtual image of the object 2/18/11 Physics 122 12 2/18/11 Physics 122 14 2/18/11 Physics 122 20 2/18/11 Physics 122 21 A few rays are easy to figure out where they go. All rays satisfy the “angle of incidence = angle of reflection” measured to the normal to the surface All rays through the center strike the mirror perpendicular to the surface and bounce back along their incoming path. center of sphere 3/10/10 Physics 122 22 A few rays are easy to figure out where they go. All rays satisfy the “angle of incidence = angle of reflection” measured to the normal to the surface The ray hitting the central line of the diagram is particularly simple. center of sphere 3/10/10 Physics 122 23 A few rays are easy to figure out where they go. All rays satisfy the “angle of incidence = angle of reflection” measured to the normal to the surface All rays parallel to and near an axis of the sphere reflect through a single point on the axis (the focal point) center of sphere 3/10/10 Physics 122 24 center of sphere focal point 3/10/10 Physics 122 25 center of sphere focal point 3/10/10 Physics 122 26 ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course PHYSICS 122 taught by Professor Bhagat during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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