What happens when light rays incident on a convex mirror run parallel to its principal axis? a. The reflected rays go parallel to the

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What happens when light rays incident on a convex mirror run parallel to its principal axis?
a. The reflected rays go parallel to the vertex.
b. The reflected rays pass through the focal point.
c. The reflected rays pass through the center of curvature.
d. The reflected rays go parallel to the focal point.

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2022-05-23T00:03:31+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Katherine97
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    2022-05-23T00:04:51+00:00

    the answer is b. the refelected rays pass through the docal point

  2. Serenity
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    2022-05-23T00:04:54+00:00

    Answer:

    b. The reflected rays appear pass through the focal point.

    Explanation:

    A convex mirror has a glass bulging outwards. A convex mirror is a divergent mirror. Light rays incident on a convex mirror parallel to its principal axis after reflection appear to diverge from the focal point. convex mirrors can not be used to focus light.

    Thus, the correct option is b.

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