In mirrors how can we differentiate real image from the virtual image

In mirrors, we differentiate the real image from the virtual image as the real image is always inverted, whereas the virtual image is erect.

Real Image Virtual Image
Real images are inverted Virtual images are erect
Convex lenses form a real image  Concave lenses form a virtual image
Real images are formed on the screen Virtual images appear to be on the lens or the mirror itself
A concave mirror forms real images The convex mirror forms a virtual image
Real images are formed due to the actual intersection of light rays Virtual images are formed due to the imaginary intersection of light rays

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