Fundamentals of Physics Study Set 2

Physics & Astronomy

Quiz 34 :Images

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A card marked IAHIO8 is standing upright in front of a plane mirror.Which of the following is NOT true?
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The angle between a horizontal ruler and a vertical plane mirror is 30.The angle between the ruler and its image is:
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C

A 5.0-ft woman wishes to see a full length image of herself in a plane mirror.The minimum length mirror required is:
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A

A man holds a rectangular card in front of and parallel to a plane mirror.In order for him to see the entire image of the card, the least mirror area needed is:
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A light bulb burns in front of the center of a 40-cm wide mirror that is hung vertically on a wall.A man walks in front of the mirror along a line that is parallel to the mirror and twice as far from it as the bulb.The greatest distance he can walk and see the image of the bulb at all times is:
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A plane mirror is in a vertical plane and is rotating about a vertical axis at 100 rpm.A horizontal beam of light is incident on the mirror.The reflected beam will rotate at:
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Two plane mirrors make an angle of 120 with each other.The maximum number of images of an object placed between them is:
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A virtual image is one:
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Which of the following is true of all virtual images?
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The term "virtual" as applied to an image made by a mirror means that the image:
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When you stand in front of a plane mirror, your image is:
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An object is 2 m in front of a plane mirror.Its image is:
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A ball is held 50 cm in front of a plane mirror.The distance between the ball and its image is:
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A candle C sits between two parallel mirrors, a distance 0.2d from mirror 1.Here d is the distance between the mirrors.Multiple images of the candle appear in both mirrors.How far behind mirror 1 are the nearest three images of the candle in that mirror?
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The image produced by a convex mirror of an erect object in front of the mirror is always:
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