Spherical Mirror
1)These have curved reflecting surfaces and are also called
  

2)The inner curved surface is termed as concave, while the outer is called
  

3)If the reflecting surface of a mirror is concave, then it is called a concave mirror
  

4) are used by dentists to obtain a magnified image of the teeth. They are also used in solar heaters or solar concentrators, and as reflectors in flashlights, and headlights of cars and scooters.

5)The image formed by a concave mirror when the object is placed close to it is virtual, curved and magnified
  

6)The image formed by a concave mirror when the object is placed near from it is real, erect and diminished
  

7)If the reflecting surface of a mirror is convex, then it is called a convex mirror. A convex mirror is also known as a
  

8)The image formed by a plane mirror cannot be captured on a screen, and is called a .

9)Images that can be captured on a screen are known as

10)the silvered surface acts as a mirror. So, a concave mirror will have its concave side silvered, while a convex mirror will have its convex side silvered


  


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