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# An object is placed between a convex and a concave mirror. The pole of the convex mirror coincides with the centre of curvature of the concave mirror. Suppose an object is placed at the focus of the concave mirror. What will be the nature of the image formed by the concave mirror of the image formed by the convex mirror?

A
Erect, virtual, and diminished
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Inverted, real, and enlarged
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C
Erect, real, and enlarged
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D
Inverted, real, and diminished
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Solution

## The correct option is D Inverted, real, and diminished The object is placed at F for concave mirror and infront of the convex mirror. The image formed by the convex mirror will be erect, virtual, and diminished. It will be formed between F and P of the convex mirror. Now, this image is our object for the concave mirror. It will be beyond C for the concave mirror and the image will be formed between C and F. The nature of the image will be Inverted, real, and diminished.

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