Two plane mirrors are arranged such that their reflecting surface are parallel and face each other. When an object is placed between them the number of images formed are ____________.(1) 2 (2) infinite (3) 3 (4) 4 37811"

The correct answer is option (2) infinite .

When two plane mirrors facing each other parallelly (i.e., aligned at 0° angle), forms an infinite number of images of an object kept in between them.

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