|May23-12, 11:02 PM||#1|
Help with height of image in a mirror
An object which is 0.54m tall is located 1.23m in front of a plane mirror.
How tall is the image as seen in the mirror?
I know that the image seems to be 1.23m from the surface of the mirror and that the object seems to be 2.460m from the image.
What equation do I need to use to figure out how tall the image is in the mirror.
|May24-12, 06:14 AM||#2|
(or just look in a mirror)
|May24-12, 10:47 AM||#3|
Thanks! I thought that that was the correct answer, but every time I entered .54m into the homework, the system told me that I need more digits. I tried 0.540m and that finally worked for me.
|equation, mirror, mirror image, plane mirror, reflection|
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