Two plane mirrors are parallel to each other and spaced 20 cm apart. A luminous point object is placed between them and 5 cm from one mirror. What are the distances from each mirror of the three nearest images in each?
For 1st mirror, - 5,35 and 45 cm
For 2nd mirror, - 15,25 and 55 cm
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