Hey! A friend of mine is short sighted. She told me that when she looks in a mirror, objects that are reflected from a distance appear blurred in exactly the same way they do as when she looks at them directly (from the same distance). She also told me that objects that are near but small are not blurred. Surely a distant reflection is indestinguishable from a small object near by because the reflected image is actually formed on the mirror (not behind the mirror at a distance). How and why is short sightedness apparent in reflected images?