A virtual image larger than the object can be produced by a (i) concave lens (ii) concave mirror (iii) convex mirror (iv) plane mirror

A virtual image larger than the object can be produced by a concave mirror.

Explanation

Concave mirrors produce real and virtual, erect and inverted, diminished same sized and magnified image depending upon the position of the object on the principal axis. But the concave mirror forms a virtual and enlarged image when the object is placed between the Focus and the pole of the mirror.

  • Concave mirror and convex lens can only form an enlarged image of an object.
  • As convex mirror and concave lens always form a diminished image of an object.

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