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" ... before incidence. Hence the reflected rays, on being produced back, will meet at a point as far behind the reflector as the point of the object is in front of it. "
An elementary handbook of physics - Page 292
by William Rossiter - 1871 - 389 pages
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Introductory Course of Natural Philosophy for the Use of Schools and Academies

William Guy Peck - Physics - 1865 - 504 pages
...because the eye sees objects in the direction from Avhich the rays come to it (Art. 269), the point appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. The representation of the point, seen in the glass, is its image. What has been said of a single point...
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Natural Philosophy for High Schools and Academies

William James Rolfe, Joseph Anthony Gillet - Physics - 1868 - 413 pages
...between A and , as if they came from corresponding points between a and b. Hence the arrow will appear to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. 167. Multiple Images in Plane Mirrors. — If a light be placed in front of a looking-glass, as at...
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An elementary handbook of physics

William Rossiter - Physics - 1871 - 389 pages
...hand is quite sufficient to cause a rapid expansion of the air, and consequent depression of pig 168. the water. Such a measure of heat placed in the second...reflected, and in the other an image B. Each of these ap/ \ A A ^* c *^C v/ \J \ i pears to be one foot behind the mirror. But when I get a reflection of each...
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INTRODUCTORY COURSE OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND ...

WILLIAM G. PECK - 1871
...Now, because the eye sees objects in the direction from which the rays reach it (Art, 269), the point appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. The representation of the point thus formed, is its image. What lias been said of a single point is...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1873
...occupies but an exceedingly short time. This idea is employed to shew how it is that a body when reflected appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it Distance, too, distorts things, and all the angles of a distant body appear rounded oif; for the images,...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 17; Volume 80

1873
...occupies but an exceedingly short time. This idea is employed to show how it is that a body when reflected appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. Distance, too, distorts things, and all the angles of a distant body appear rounded off; for the images,...
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Introductory Course of Natural Philosophy for the Use of High Schools and ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1881 - 530 pages
...Now, because the eye sees objects in the direction from which the rays reach it (Art. 383), the point appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. The representation of the point thus formed is its image. What has been said of a single point is true...
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Introductory Course of Natural Philosophy for the Use of High Schools and ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1881 - 530 pages
...Now, because the eye sees objects in the direction from which the rays reach it (Art. 383), the point appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front ol'it. The representation of the point thus formed is its ima^e. O What has been said of a single point...
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Elementary Natural Philosophy

La Roy Freese Griffin - 1882
...appears to come from a, for the eye sees every ray in the direction in which it enters it. So the light appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in front. 673. II. An Object. Let an object AB be placed in front of a plane mirror MN, Fig. 213. Each point...
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Introductory Course of Natural Philosophy for the Use of High Schools and ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1888 - 530 pages
...Xow, because the eye sees objects in the direction from which the rays reach it (Art. 383), the point appears to be as far behind the mirror as it really is in frontrof it. The representation of the point thus formed is its image. What has been said of a single...
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