A concave mirror, also known as a converging mirror is a reflective mirror that turns inward. They are designed to focus light. They show different image types depending on the distance of object from mirror.
What Is Convex And Concave Mirrors?
A convex mirror is a mirror that bulges outward to show reflection. You will see these kind of mirrors in cars and bikes. The reflecting surface moves away from the center of the mirror.
A concave mirror is a mirror that “caves” in the middle, focusing the reflection into the center of the mirror. You will find concave mirrors in projectors and searchlights.
What Is The Concave Mirror?
Concave mirrors, also know as converging mirrors, are a bit caved in. They collect light that falls on them. The light reflects at angles at different spots. Concave mirrors are used to magnify objects.
What Is An Example Of A Concave Mirror?
A great example of a concave mirror will cause an object to look much bigger than the actual size. One place they are used in are headlights.
Where Are Concave Mirrors Used?
What Happens In A Concave Mirror?
Parallel light rays hit the concave mirror and they reflect outward. It reflects at the same angle as it hits.
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