A Concave Mirror Produces A Real Image Twice The Size Of The Object When Place At A Distance Of 22.5 Cm From It. At What Distance From The Mirror Should The Object Be Placed So That The Image Becomes Three Times The Size Of The Object?

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Question

A concave mirror produces a real image twice the size of the object when place at a distance of 22.5 cm from it. At what distance from the mirror should the object be placed so that the image becomes three times the size of the object?

Solution

Correct option is

- 20 cm

 

When u1 = –22.5 cm, m1 = –2 (real image). Now   

                     

The negative sign is expected since the mirror is concave. 

To obtain a magnification of m2 = –3, the object distance u2 is given by  

                 

  

which gives     

Testing

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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