1. Make a sketch copy of the diagram below and indicate clearly the position and nature of the image formed by the mirror. Draw rays corresponding to light coming from the open circle, and mark any relevant angles. You can see the picture they mean in the attachment. 3. My attempt at the solution is also in the attachment. The problem is, I've never really been exposed to optics, and it is a part of an entrance exam I'm participating in, so I looked up some google images of 'mirror image' and I just saw that the virtual image is usually mirrored w.r.t. the 'mirror line', and that you can draw a line from the virtual image to the eye. That's all I've done, but the question itself confuses me: - 'nature of the image' : What do they mean by 'nature' of an image? - 'draw rays corresponding to light coming from the open circle': I don't understand anything about this sentence. - Mark any relevant angles - What is there to mark? Aren't all the angles basically equal?