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Question 1: In this diagram, what can be said about angle α? Plane mirror reflection ray diagram







Question 2: An observer is standing 1.2 m from a plane mirror. There is a vase on a table 30cm in front of him. What is the distance between the vase and its virtual image in the mirror?







Question 3: Is it possible to operate a TV by a remote control via a mirror?




Question 4: In this diagram of an object (A) reflected in a plane mirror, which is the virtual image the observer would see? Plane mirror reflection ray diagram








Question 5: In this diagram, if the arrow were to lengthen, by extending its tail while keeping its head in the same position, what would happen to the blue angle of incidence iα? Plane mirror reflection ray diagram




Question 6: A girl looks at herself in a plane mirror. Which phrase is correct about her image?




Question 7: Where would the image form if the eye and object (A) exchanged places in this diagram? Plane mirror reflection ray diagram








Question 8: In this diagram, if the eye were to move further away from the mirror, what would happen to the angle of incidence? It would... Plane mirror reflection ray diagram




Question 9: In this diagram, if the eye were to move further down the screen, what would happen to the angle of incidence? It would... Plane mirror reflection ray diagram




Question 10: In this diagram, if the mirror were to be rotated clockwise, what would happen to the image? Plane mirror reflection ray diagram






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