Q. 63.8( 5 Votes )

The image formed by a concave mirror
A. Is always real

B. Is always virtual

C. Is certainly real if the object is virtual

D. Is certainly virtual if the object is real

Answer :

A virtual object is a virtual image of a real object and is created behind the mirror, hence image of that must be formed in front of the mirror, and it is real.

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