Answer :

The distance between the mirror and the object is equal to the distance between the mirror and the image formed in the case of a plane mirror. Here, the distance between the object and its image formed by a plane mirror is 24 cm. Hence, the distance between the mirror and the object would be half of it which would be 12cm.


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