, 01.02.2020cland123

# What is the distance of your image from you if you stand 1.5m in front of a plane mirror? a. 1.5 m b. 2.0 m c. 3.0 m d. 4.5 m

The distance of your image from you is 3n (n= ft, cm, m)
1.5n from the plane mirror to you and another 1.5n from your image to the plane mirror.

3 (ft, cm, m)

The distance of your image from you : C. 3.0 m

Further explanation

Mirrors can be classified as plane mirrors, concave mirrors and convex mirrors

A plane mirror is a mirror that has a flat surface

The properties of the image are formed by a plane mirror: virtual, erect and as large as the object, and the distance of the object is equal to the distance of the image from the mirror

So that we can see the mirror image exactly but the location of the right and left sides are reversed

you stand 1.5m in front of a plane mirror. Because the distance of the object = the distance of the image on the mirror, the distance from the virtual image to the plane mirror also = 1.5 m.

Then our distance from image = our distance from the mirror + the distance from the image to the mirror

The distance of your image from you = 1.5m + 1.5m = 3m

images look like in a plane mirror

light when it strikes a plane mirror

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