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1 Chapter 23 Mirrors and Lenses 1. Flat Mirrors 2. Spherical Mirrors 3. Thick lenses 4. Thin lenses 5. Aberrations
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2 Mirrors and Lenses: Notation and Image Types square6 The object distance (p) square6 The image distance (q) square6 The lateral magnification (M) square6 How do I calculate M square6 What is a Real Image? square6 What is a virtual Image? square6 How do I find where the image is? square6 The mirror equation
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3 Concave Mirror: Notation and Image formed square6 R square6 p square6 q square6 f
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4 Convex Mirror: Notation and Image formed square6 R square6 p square6 q square6 f
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5 Sign Conventions for Mirrors
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6 Ray Diagrams square6 How do I draw Ray diagrams?
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7 Ray Diagram for Concave Mirror, p > R square6 Object square6 Image square6 Type square6 Distance square6 Orientation square6 Size
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8 Ray Diagram for a Concave Mirror, p < f square6 Object square6 Image square6 Type square6 Distance square6 Orientation square6 Size
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9 Ray Diagram for a Convex Mirror square6 Object square6 Image square6 Type square6 Distance square6 Orientation square6 Size
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