Drawing Ray Diagrams Concave and Convex Mirrors and Double Concave and Double Convex Lenses By Vincent Sapone

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  • Drawing Ray Diagrams Concave and Convex Mirrors and Double Concave and Double Convex Lenses By Vincent Sapone
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  • Concave Mirror 1.First ray goes parallel to the mirror and then reflects back down through the focus. 2.Second Ray goes through the focus and into the mirror and then reflected back parallel to axis. 3.Ray drawn to center of lens and reflects back downwards at an equal angle (symmetric) 4.If at or within the focal length you an draw a line perpendicular to the mirror so that it goes back through itself and into the center of curvature (R = 2f). This can replace the second ray above which now cannot be drawn.
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  • Concave Mirror FC Rule 1 First ray goes parallel to the mirror and then reflects back down through the focus.
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  • Concave Mirror FC Ray 1 Ray 2 Second Ray goes through the focus and into the mirror and then reflected back parallel to axis.
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  • Concave Mirror FC Ray drawn to center of lens and reflects back downwards at an equal angle (symmetric) Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3
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  • Concave Mirror Lets draw ray diagrams for the following cases: do = f ff do=R
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  • Concave Mirror Object is on the Focal Point Do = F
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  • Concave Mirror FC
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  • FC d o = f
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f Ray 1
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f Ray 1 Cannot Draw 2nd ray from Object through focus.
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f Ray 1 Cannot Draw 2nd ray from Object through focus. Ray 3
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f Ray 1 Cannot Draw 2nd ray from Object through focus. Ray 3 They do not Cross: No Image!
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  • Concave Mirror FC d o = f Ray 1 Cannot Draw 2nd ray from Object through focus. Ray 3 They do not Cross: No Image! Even a fourth ray will not cross the others. Ray 4
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  • Concave Mirror Object is Between Focal Point and Center of Curvature f
  • Concave Mirror FC do>R Ray 1
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  • Concave Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2
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  • Concave Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3
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  • Concave Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3 Image Real and Demagnified
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  • Concave Mirror Object distance is smaller than or within the radius of curvature (C) do
  • FC do>R
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3
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  • Convex Mirror FC do>R Ray 1 Ray 2 Ray 3 Image Virtual, Right Side up Demagnified
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  • Convex Mirror Distance to Object is in between focus and radius of curvature. f

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