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Playing with Spherical Mirrors

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Class 7

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State the nature of images formed by a concave and convex mirror.

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Mirrors on the outside of the passenger side of the cars often contain a message that says something like. "Objects are closer than they appear." In the other words, the images seen in the mirror, although looking like the objects in other respects, appear to be further away than they actually are, because the images are the smaller than the objects.
What kind of mirror is being used in this case? 

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Name the spherical mirror which can produce a virtual and diminished image of an object.

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Answer the following question.
Why are the mirrors fitted on the outside of cars convex?

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State the types of mirrors used for (i) headlights and (ii) rear view mirrors, in cars and motorcycles. Give reason to justify your answer in each case :

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Convex mirrors are used as rear view mirrors in the motor vehicles because :

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Have you ever seen an ambulance? It is written in the form of mirror image on vehicles. Explain why it is done so and give the mirror image of AMBULANCE.

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State whether the following statement is true or false :
A diverging mirror is used as a rear-view mirror.

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Mirrors used as rear view mirrors in motor vehicles are _______ mirrors.

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The focal length of a mirror is +60 cm. Which kind of mirror it is? 

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The passenger side-view mirror on an automobile often has notation. "Objects seen in the mirror are closer than they appear". Is the image really farther away than the object? 

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