What is the value of a fifty dollar bill with a mirror image error on the back?
What is a 1977A two faced 10 dollar bill error A mirror image of the front is on the back of the bill. Circulated but very fine condition?
I don't know but I have one
When reflecting an image Craig notices an abberation of the image appears Which of these show what type of mirror he is using and how to avoid seeing the error in the image?
Nothing on the list posted with the question deals with any of that.
If the image is in reverse, you could have what's called an offset error. That happens when a sheet of paper gets stuck and doesn't enter the printing press. The inked plates transfer their image to the impression cylinder and the backs of the next few sheets get a mirror-image of the bill's front. Approximate value range: $200 - $300
the image in a plane mirror is of same size but the image in a convex mirror is diminished
A plane (flat) mirror reflects an image which is the same size and shape, and colour as the object in front of the mirror. A concave mirror can produce a magnified image. If the image is in front of the mirror it is a real image; if behind it is a virtual (non-real) image. A real image can be cast upon a white the best) surface
a mirror image means its the same picture turned around hold up a drawing in the and that is a mirror image
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 image formed by a plane mirror is virtual image.
No, an image formed in a mirror is unreal, because mirror reflects all the light rays off.
image form can be form by virtual image
Is it possible to find whether a mirror is plane concave or convex from the nature of image of an 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.
What type of image does a flat mirror form?Virtual image
Image is formed as a result of reflection. Nature of image depend on type of mirror.
Just a mirror image x
Another name for a mirror image is a reflection
Here is a description of image formation in a concave mirror: if the object is beyond the center of curvature (F), the image formed is real and upside down; if the object is very near to the concave mirror, the image forms behind the mirror. It is virtual, upright, and bigger in size. Here is a description of image formation in a convex mirror: a convex mirror always produces a virtual, upright, and smaller image… Read More
A concave mirror will focus an image and make it appear smaller. A convex mirror will disperse an image and make it appear larger.
A hologram is a three-dimensional image, whereas a mirror image is two-dimensional.
If you are in front of a flat mirror, your image appears to be twice the distance from you as the mirror. In optics they use ray diagrams to demonstrate this. If you did not know the mirror was there, the image would be 4 meters from you, two meters behind the mirror.
Mirrors that gives an enlarged image are basically a regular mirror just it has magnified glass.; Actually, it is a concave mirror, not a convex mirror, that is used to give an enlarged image.
In plane mirror virtual image is formed.
Convex mirror forms a virtual image.
Chiral molecules have mirror-image isomers
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.
As the object is far away then its image will be at the principal focus of the concave mirror As the object comes towards the mirror then its image would move away from the mirror with magnified image When it is at the focus then image will be at infinity so not caught on a screen but could be seen by our eyes When the object is in between focus and mirror then a virtual… Read More
An object 5 millimeter high is located 15 millimeter in front of a plane mirror How far from the mirror is the image located?
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.
The image is virtual and appears to be as much behind the mirror as the distance a person is away from the mirror.
it is quite simple a mirror just reflects what image it sees and cannot bend unless the mirror is bent but that only gives the illusion that it is bending the image
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.
How can you get a real and a virtual image? A virtual and magnified image is got by a convex mirror.
1. Image is upright 2. Image is virtual 3. Image is of same size as object 4. Image is laterally inverted 5. Distance from object to mirror is equal to the distance from the mirror to the image
A mirror is formed by a glass plate with a reflective coating behind it. A mirror reflects the right that hits it, thereby forming an image of what is in front of the mirror.
It depends on what mirror are you looking at. If you use a plane mirror it will be in the same size but if you use the mirror in the car you will see a bigger image.
A mirror which produces an erect diminshed virtual image is a)concave mirror b)convex mirror c)plane mirror d)none of these
both concave and convex mirror can produce magnified image
No, a plane mirror can't produce a real image.
The image formed by the convex mirror is virtual, erect and diminished.
Image is upright Image is virtual Image is of same size as object Image is laterally inverted Distance from object to mirror is equal to the distance from the mirror to the image
Since the mirror reflects the image in front of it, the apparent distance of oneself standing in the mirror will be twice as far as the distance from you to the mirror. If you are standing 2 meters from the mirror, the image will appear as 4 meters away.
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.
If the image is erect and equal in size and it does not change its size and nature on moving the mirror closer or away from the object, the mirror is plane mirror. If the image is erect and magnified and it becomes inverted on moving the mirror away from the object, the mirror is concave mirror. If the image is erect and diminished and remains erect on moving the mirror away from the object… Read More
Just that: reflection. There can be a virtual image, an imaginary image, an inverted image etc depenting on the shape of the surface of the mirror.
A plane mirror is flat, so your image is the same size as you. A spherical mirror is curved. If concave it can be used either to focus an image as in a reflecting telescope, or magnify as in a shaving/makeup mirror. If convex you get a smaller wide-angled image, as in a car's wing mirror
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 .
Nature is of the image not of the mirro.r For Convex mirror image is virtual, erect and diminished.
There is no continent that is a perfect mirror image of itself or of any other continent.
The virtual image produced by a convex mirror is smaller in size than that produced by a standard (flat) mirror. On the other hand, the virtual image by a concave mirror is larger.
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 image in a plane mirror is the same size as the object, the same distance from the mirror, upright and laterally inverted.