When a small object is placed on the principal axis of a concave mirror between the focus and the mirror (as in the figure below), the image formed is a. erect, magnified, and virtual b. inverted, magnified, and real c. inverted, reduced, and real d. erect, reduced, and real
When rays parallel to the principal axis of a concave mirror are reflected, they pass through the principal focus or in the Focal Point (F).
Where if light rays are near and parallel to
the principal axis and if it is reflected from the concave mirror and it will converge or pass through at the
focal point F. The focal length f is the distance between the focal point and