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2020-09-03 08:12:14
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The characteristics of an image formed in a plane mirror. The image is: virtual, same distance as the object from the mirror, upright, laterally inverted, same size.

Characteristics of an image formed by the plane mirror are :- * Virtual and erect (up right ) . * The image is of same size as that of the object . *The image is far behind the mirror as the object is in front of it . *The image is laterally inverted .

we do get inverted image at the ratina. But this inverted image itself is being treated as errected by our mind.

The inverted or upside-down image is formed on the retina.

An image that is upside down as compared to the object are known as inverted images. Example, the first thing you will notice is that the concave side of the spoon makes your image come upside down. Such an image is called an inverted image.

Whenever a real image is formed by a real object,the image is always inverted. for eg when light rays from infinity falls on convex lens it forms a real and inverted image at focal plane.

The image is inverted when it reaches the retina. The brain then interperets the image as right-side-up.

1.Image distance= object distance 2.Size of the image = size of the object 3.image is laterally inverted 4.Image is always virtual & erect

Lateral Inverted image

The cornea and lens of the eye form a real, inverted image on the retina.

opposite the valur of the image before you inverted it. ex - inverted = +, black inverted = white. tip refer to color wheel foe color inversions.. outinverted = in, et el.

It is not matter that the image produced by a telescope is inverted because we are watching sky objects.

If the image is upside up view of the given object than it is called Inverted Image. If it remains as the object than it is called Erect Image

A real image is one that you can actually see if you put some smoke or a tissue at the place where the real image is. If there's film there, you catch a photo. You can't do any of those things with the image in a mirror. An inverted image is one that's upside down. An inverted image of a standing person has his feet on top and his head on the bottom of the image. I'm pretty sure a real image is always inverted.

Because as the image moves up the lens and into the head of the microscope, it hits a mirror that reflects the image back to you through the oculars, therefore you are looking at an inverted image.

It is inverted, for the eyeball is a simple lens in optical terms. But your brain erects the image to match its experiences.

Yes, convex mirrors follow some characteristics of plane mirrors. For example, the images formed by convex mirrors are upright and laterally inverted, although it does not follow all its characteristics, like the images are not of the same size compared to the object.

A concave mirror is a converging mirror used in microscopes and telescopes. Characteristics include forming real and inverted and diminished images when an object is placed beyond the center of curvature or real, inverted and enlarged image when the object is placed between the center of curvature and focus.

optics on a telescope are upside down because lens forms a real and inverted image and even if the image is inverted , the resultant image remains the same.

An image that is virtual and laterally inverted.

For a convex lens, if you trace out the path of the rays as they are refracted through the lens, you'll see that the inverted image gets reversed horizontally as well as vertically (in other words, the "inverted" image is really a 180 degree rotation about the axis through the center of the lens).

Real image-They are formed by actual intersection of light rays.It is inverted.It can be projected on a screen.It is formed on the mirror.Virtual image-It is formed when rays appear to meet at a point.It is laterally inverted and erect.It cannot be projected on a screen.It is formed behind the mirror.

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