Answer :

In order to obtain an erect image of an object with a concave mirror, the object should be at a distance less than its focal length as seen below:


Here the focal length of concave mirror is 15 cm. So to obtain an erect image the object by using this concave mirror, the object should be placed at any distance which is less than 15 cm from the mirror. The nature of image will be virtual. The image will be larger than the object.


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