1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An object is situated at various points relative to V. The light is then reflected by the mirror, and the final image is viewed by the observer. http://www.flickr.com/photos/55153239@N03/6196518731/ [Broken] 2. Relevant equations 1/s + 1/s' = 2/R na/s + nb/s' = (nb-na)/R 3. The attempt at a solution The final statement of the problem confused me. It says the final image is viewed from the left of the figure. Therefore, you the mirror create an image inside the lens, and the light would then be refracted to the viewer outside the lens? for d) I used the second equation to refract the light into the lens, to get s' = -3/2 R. This then acts as the object for the mirror a distance 5/2 R. Using the first equation, i get s' = 5/8 R. This would act as the object for the second refraction outside the lens. the end result is R/4 to the right of V. Is that correct?