How does a convex mirror always forms a virtual image?

Convex mirrors always form virtual images because the focal point and the centre of curvature of the convex mirror are imaginary points and that cannot be reached. So the image is formed inside the mirror and cannot be projected on a screen. The image formed look smaller than the object from a distance but it gets larger as the object is brought closer to the mirror.

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