The image does not appear different, nor does it change at all. The image is exactly the same.
Answer this question… In a plane mirror, the image is the same size as the object.
Yes possible. If we place an object somehow close to the mirror and observe the image. If the image is of the same size as that of the object then it is a PLANE mirror If the image is magnified and erect, then it will be a concave mirror If the image is dimisnished then the mirror is convex in nature.
A plane mirror forms an erect, virtual image of the same size as the object. As a person gets closer to a plane mirror, the image gets larger.
The image in a plane mirror is the same size as the object, the same distance from the mirror, upright and laterally inverted.
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 .
With plane mirrors, the distance of the image from a mirror is identical to the object from the mirror. In this case, the image would be located 15 mm behind the plane mirror.
The distance of the object from the mirror line should equal the distance of the image from the mirror line.
A plane mirror forms 1 virtual image and no real image. The virtual image is behind the mirror, at the same distance as the object in front of the mirror, erect, in mirror image left-right.
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.
A plane mirror will always create an upright image of 1/2 scale.
plane mirror forms laterral image of object while convex mirror forms real and inverted image of object
Image formed by a plane mirror is mostly virtual and erect.However, in case of a virtual object the mirror forms a real image.Also in case of water image where the water acts as a plane mirror the image formed is inverted.
the same size as the objectlaterally invertedvirtualthe distance between the object and the mirror is the same distance between the image and the mirror
The image formed by a plane mirror is -- virtual (not a real image) -- erect -- same size as the object -- laterally inverted (left side appears right and right side appears left ) The virtual image is located -- the same distance behind the mirror as the object is in front of the mirror, and -- on a line from the object that is perpendicular to the mirror surface.
The characteristics of the plane mirror include the virtual image is located behind a mirror, it is the same size as the object.
The distance of the image from the mirror is equal to the distance of the object from the mirror, irrespective of its height. So the image of that object should be 15mm from the mirror.
A plane mirror produces a virtual image that is upright and the same size as the object.
Properties of the images formed by a plane mirror- 1) Image is virtual. 2) It is erect. 3) Image is laterally inverted. 4) The image is at the same distance behind the mirror as the object is in front of it. 5) The size of the image is same as that of the object.
It's a virtual reflection of the object which appears as an image as much behind the mirror as the distance of the object in front.
behind the mirror. The object appears to be behind the mirror
A plane mirror is a mirror with a planar reflective surface. For light rays striking a plane mirror, the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence. Thus a collimated beam of light does not spread out after reflection from a plane mirror, except for diffraction effects.Insertformulahere==Images== A plane mirror makes images of objects in front of it; these images appear to be behind the plane in which the mirror lies. A straight line drawn from part of an object to the corresponding part of its image makes a right angle with, and is bisected by, the surface of the plane mirror. The image formed by Insertformulahere==Images==a plane mirror is always virtual (meaning that the light rays do not actually come from the image), upright, and of the same shape and size as the object it is reflecting. A virtual image is a copy of an object formed at the location from which the light rays appear to come. However, the image is a laterally-inverted "mirror image" of the object. If a person is reflected in a plane mirror, the image of his right hand appears to be the left hand of the image.
The image is equivalent to object in magnitude implying that the image is of the same size as the object.
the ray that passes from the object, when gets reflected from the plane mirror,the imaginary ray that passes from the mirror meets at a point behind mirror but the original do not meet actually.so the image formed by plane mirror is virtual.
the image is right-left reversed and about as far away from the mirror as the reflected object.