Q. 104.4( 45 Votes )

A concave m

Answer :

The two cases can be there for the position of object with respect to the pole of the mirror:

1. When object is placed between pole and focus of concave mirror and the distance is less than 15 cm, the image obtained will be a magnified, erect and virtual image.


2. When object is placed between focus and center of curvature, 15 to 30 cm, the image obtained will be magnified, real and inverted.

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