# What kind of image is formed by concave mirror and concave lens?

## What kind of image is formed by concave mirror and concave lens?

Real images can be formed by concave mirrors and converging lenses, only if the object is placed further away from the mirror or lens than the focal point, and this real image will be inverted.

### Where does an image form in concave mirror?

Ans: Real and virtual images are formed by concave mirrors. The images formed can be upright (if virtual) or inverted (if real). The position of the image can be behind the mirror (if virtual) or in front of the mirror (if real). The size of the image can be enlarged, diminished or of the same size as the object.

#### Can we see real image in concave mirror?

A real image occurs where rays converge, whereas a virtual image occurs where rays only appear to diverge. Real images can be produced by concave mirrors and converging lenses, only if the object is placed further away from the mirror/lens than the focal point, and this real image is inverted.

What are two examples of concave lens?

There are many examples of concave lenses in real-life applications.

• Binoculars and telescopes.
• Eye Glasses to correct nearsightedness.
• Cameras.
• Flashlights.
• Lasers (CD, DVD players for example).

What are 2 examples of a convex lens?

Convex lenses are used in microscopes, magnifying glasses and eyeglasses.

## Can a concave mirror form no image?

Only a concave mirror can be used to produce a real image; and this only occurs if the object is located at a position of more than one focal length from the concave mirror. Plane mirrors never produce real images. 3.

### What are 2 examples of a concave lens?

#### Can we see inverted image in any mirror?

An inverted image cannot be seen on a plane mirror and a convex mirror. The image will be real and inverted on a concave mirror if the object is placed beyond the focus. If the object location is between the focus and the pole then the image formed is virtual and erect.