1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A. Draw accurately in the figure the light beam that goes from Object A to eye B after being reflected on the mirror. It must be consistent with the mirror principle! B. At question A. you may have connected the point behind the mirror (A') with eye B. And found the correct light path that way. b. Will that also work if you use the point behind the mirror of B (B') instead? Do you get the same result? Use mathematical arguments for your judgement! 2. Relevant equations mirror reflection rules 3. The attempt at a solution Question A: I tried to draw point A' and connected that to B. The purple line is the normal line (the imaginary line that is perpendicular to the mirror) And the angle between the mirror and A is the same as the angle between the mirror and B. Question B: I think this is true, I can draw the same lines, but I don't know what is meant by 'mathematical arguments'