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# Mirrors

## The shape of an object reflecting light greatly affects how that light is perceived.

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## Mirrors - How it's Made

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This video shows the process of manufacturing mirrors.
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## Geometric Optics 2: Concave Mirrors - Overview

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## Geometric Optics 3: Convex Mirrors - Overview

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## Geometric Optics 4: Problems Involving Convex and Concave Mirrors - Overview

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## Geometric Optics 2: Concave Mirrors - Example 1

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Identifying the features of concave mirrors: center of curvature (C) , principal axis, principal focus (F) , and focal length (f)
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## Geometric Optics 2: Concave Mirrors - Example 2

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Identifying the correct reflected image for a concave mirror
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## Geometric Optics 3: Convex Mirrors - Example 1

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Identifying the features of convex mirrors: center of curvature (C) , principal axis, principal focus (F) , and focal length (f)
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## Geometric Optics 3: Convex Mirrors - Example 2

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Identify the correct reflected image for a convex mirror
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## Geometric Optics 4: Problems Involving Convex and Concave Mirrors - Example 1

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Determining the distance of a reflected image from a convex or concave mirror using the equation 1/s[o] + 1/s[i] = 1/f
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## Geometric Optics 4: Problems Involving Convex and Concave Mirrors - Example 2

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Determining whether a reflected image is real or virtual, using the equation 1/s[o] + 1/s[i] = 1/f
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## Geometric Optics 4: Problems Involving Convex and Concave Mirrors - Example 3

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Determining the magnification and height of a reflected image using the equation m = -s[i]/s[o]
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## Geometric Optics 4: Problems Involving Convex and Concave Mirrors - Example 4

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Determining whether an image is upright or inverted, using the equation m = -s[i]/s[o]
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