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calculation. Physics 1202W.100 Fall 2012
Sept. 6th 2. One handy tool for dentists is the “mouth mirror” or “dentist’s mirror”, the little round mirror a dentist
jams into a patient’s mouth to peer, e.g., at the patient’s molars. In the illustration below, a mouth mirror
is used to look at a few particularly nasty teeth. At what angle θ to the horizontal line should the dentist
rotate the mirror to get a clear view of the image of one of the teeth in the mirror? The arrows represent
the ray reflecting off the mirror. The double arrows represent the distances where
. Mouth Opening θ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2014 for the course PHYS 1201W taught by Professor Kennethheller during the Fall '13 term at Minnesota.
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