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young brunette girl with the mirror on the floor

Young Brunette Girl With The Mirror On The Floor

• In a plane mirror, a parallel beam of light changes its direction as a whole, while still remaining parallel; the images formed by a plane mirror are virtual images, of the same size as the original object (mirror image).
• In a concave mirror, parallel beams of light becomes a convergent beam, whose rays intersect in the focus of the mirror.
• In a convex mirror, parallel beams become divergent, with the rays appearing to diverge from a common point of intersection "behind" the mirror.
• Spherical concave and convex mirrors do not focus parallel rays to a single point due to spherical aberration. However, the ideal of focusing to a point is a commonly-used approximation. Parabolic reflectors resolve this, allowing incoming parallel rays (for example, light from a distant star) to be focused to a small spot; almost an ideal point. Parabolic reflectors are not suitable for imaging nearby objects because the light rays are not parallel.

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Album name:Babes
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Keywords:#young #brunette #girl #mirror #floor
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Date added:Aug 22, 2011
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