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2.4 cm

Referring to fig., the angle θ through which the mirror is tilted due to a small movement d = 0.1 mm = 0.01 cm of the rod is given by (since d is very small, i.e. θ is very small) Now, if the mirror rotates through an angle θ, reflected ray rotates through 2θ. It is clear from the diagram that  Where D = movement of the spot in cm. Thus #### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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