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ConceptReflection of Light - Image Formation by Spherical Mirrors - Concave Mirror  

Question

To determine the approximate value of the focal length of a given concave mirror, you focus the image of a distant object formed by the mirror on a screen. The image obtained on the serene, as compared to the object is always:

(a) Laterally inverted and diminished

(b) Inverted and diminished

(c) Erect and diminished

(d) Erect and highly diminished

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