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Your right! You see technically we see up side down but with the light we see right side up so what that means is yes it is upside down.

Well, since the brain doesn't turn it "right side up" it could be either way that you look at it.

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A concave mirror forms real and virtual images according to the positions of the object in front of the mirror.When an object is placed between the pole and the principal focus of a concave mirror the formed will be virtual, erected and magnified.

The virtual image formed by a concave mirror will always be erected.

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Which type of image formed by concave mirror?

A concave mirror forms a virtual, magnified, right side up image.

Can you Describe the images formed in a concave mirror?

The concave mirror focusses images to its focal point. So the images formed are real inverted and increases in size as the distance between the aperture and the object decreases. When the object is placed between the focus and the aperture the image formed is virtual erect and magnified.

When an object is inside the focal point of a concave mirror what kind of image always results?

An upright image, which is called a virtual image. If the focal point was outside of a concave mirror, then it would be a real image, which is inverted.

Why do images in a concave mirror appear inverted?

If an object's distance from the concave mirror is greater than the mirror's focal length, then the mirror image of it will be inverted. If the distance from the concave mirror is less than the focal length of the mirror, the image will not be inverted. No image will be produced if the distance from the mirror to the object is equal to the mirror's focal length.

How is the image formed by a concave lens similar to the image formed by a convex mirror?

In a concave lens the object always forms a virtual image. The convex lens also forms a virtual image.

How can you distinguish between a plane concave and a convex mirror without touching them?

the image in the concave mirror will be real and inverted

How can you identify the three types of mirrors without touching?

In the plane mirror, our image will be seen as same size of us and erect. In case of concave mirror, our image will be inverted. This is because concave mirror forms real, inverted image when object is placed behind the focus of the mirror. In case of convex mirror, the size of the image will be diminished, or smaller than us and the image will be erect too. This is because the image formed is virtual and erect.

What are the three kinds of mirrors and what kind of images do they reflect?

mirrorsconcave (converging) -->)-virtual: enlarged upright image when DoDo>F-real: same size inverted image when Do=C-real: diminished (smaller) inverted image when Do>Cconvex (diverging) -->(-virtual: diminished when Do is anywhereplane (flat) -->l-same size virtualmeanings of lingoDi is distance of image from mirrorDo is distance of object mirrorC is center of curvatureF is focal point "this is between the center of curvature and mirror

Why an image on concave surface is inverted and not on concave mirror?

sorry dont know fam

What is the difference between the virtual image formed by a convex lens and a concave lens?

The difference is that when virtual image is formed by the concave is larger than its original size..but when it is formed by the convex is smaller than the original size....

What are the properties of images seen in a concave mirror if the object is farther from than the focal point?

The image formed is real, inverted, diminished and on the same side of the mirror as the object is.

Describe the images formed in a concave mirror and in a convex mirror?

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 of the object at any distance in front of it. The image is located behind the mirror.