3. Explain, with the aid of a fully labelled ray diagram, why there is only one type of image, for all positions of a real object, produced by a convex mirror. (Note: a diagram is needed for this question.)
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V is the Vertex of the Convex mirror, C is the Optical Center, R is the Radius, f is the Focus, located at a distance R/2 from C (or from V ) , o and i are the distances from the Vertex, of the Object and the Image respectively.
The rays depicted in the Figure are the Principal rays. Ray 1 refers to any ray that impinges on the mirror parallel to the Optical...