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  • Does anyone know how to do this physics problem?

    A converging mirror has a radius of curvature of 60 cm. Where should an object be placed to satisfy the following conditions: -the image is real, and three times the size of the object. - the image is virtual and three time the size of the object. thanks so much to anyone who is able to help.. i will be sure to choose best answer !

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    Radius of curvature of concave (converging) mirror = 0.6m so focal length f = 0.6m / 2 = 0.3m Real Image...

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