we keep a clock in front of the mirror,if lateral inversion occurs,what will happen?
You mean other than the fact that you'll see a mirror image of the clock face?
when you keep letters in front of mirrors,lateral inversion occurs,
so this should happen for clocks as well.
here, i ask again, lateral inversion in clock kept in front of mirror?
Sorry, but I don't think anybody understands your question. If you're wondering whether you'll see a mirror image of a clock when you hold it in front of a mirror, the answer is yes, as I've already told you. The image of *anything* in a mirror is going to be mirrored (not surprisingly). If you are unsure, why don't you just perform an experiment to determine the answer to your question? Hold a clock up in front of a mirror and look at the image of the clock face.
ill be clear now..when i kept the clock in front of the mirror,5:15 appeared as 6:15 on the
left ,i am not totally convinced about the concept of lateral inversion,please explain it .
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