A 4 mm high object is placed 9 cm in front of a convex mirror with radius of curvature 12 cm.
1)The image distance is:
Less than -4 cm
Between 0 and 4 cm
Greater than 4 cm
Between -4 and 0 cm
2) The magnitude of the image height will be:
Between 2 and 4 mm
Greater than 6 mm
Less than 2 mm
Between 4 and 6 mm
3) The image will be:
Real and upright
Virtual and upright
Virtual and inverted
Real and inverted
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