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What is magnification when convex side is used as a mirror
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A spherical mirror is polished on both sides. When the concave side is used as a mirror, the magnification is +2.9. What is the magnification when the convex side is used as a mirror, the object remaining the same distance from the mirror? If the object is inverted, then enter a negative number. Otherwise, enter a positive number.




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