# The mirror which can form a magnified image of an object is:(a) convex mirror (b) plane mirror (c) concave mirror (d) both convex and concave mirror

(c) concave mirror

Explanation

A concave mirror can form a magnified image of an object, in the following cases:

1. Between Focus $(F)$ and Center of  Curvature $(C)$.

2. At Focus $(F)$.

3. Between Pole $(P)$ and Focus $(F)$.

 Images formed by a Concave Mirror

 Position of the Object $(u)$ Position of the Image $(v)$ Size of the Image Nature of the Image 1. At Infinity At Focus $(F)$ Highly Diminished Real and Inverted 2. Beyond Centre of Curvature $(C)$ Between Focus $(F)$ and Center of  Curvature $(C)$ Diminished Real and Inverted 3. At the Center of Curvature $(C)$ At the Center of  Curvature $(C)$ Same Size Real and Inverted 4. Between Focus $(F)$ and Center of  Curvature $(C)$ Beyond Centre of Curvature $(C)$ Enlarged Real and Inverted 5. At Focus $(F)$ At Infinity Highly Enlarged Real and Inverted 6. Between Pole $(P)$ and Focus $(F)$ Behind the mirror Enlarged Virtual and Erect

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Updated on: 10-Oct-2022

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