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Problem: Which of the following statements are true for images formed by spherical mirrors?1. A convex mirror always produces an upright image of an object placed in front of it.2. A concave mirror always produces an inverted image on an object placed in front of it.3. A convex mirror always produces an image that is the same size as the object.4  A concave mirror always produces an image that is the same size as the object.5. A convex mirror always produces a virtual image of an object placed in front of it.6. A concave mirror always produces a real image of an object placed in front of it.    

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For spherical mirrors, the true statements are:

1. A convex mirror always produces an upright image of an object placed in front of it.

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Which of the following statements are true for images formed by spherical mirrors?

1. A convex mirror always produces an upright image of an object placed in front of it.

2. A concave mirror always produces an inverted image on an object placed in front of it.

3. A convex mirror always produces an image that is the same size as the object.

4  A concave mirror always produces an image that is the same size as the object.

5. A convex mirror always produces a virtual image of an object placed in front of it.

6. A concave mirror always produces a real image of an object placed in front of it.    


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