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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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Glasgow Medical Journal

1890
...behind the patient's head and a mirror may be put on the wall opposite. He will then see the object just as far behind the mirror as it really is in front of it. You may thus practically double the length of the room. A lamp is placed behind and slightly above...
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4000 Quizzes

Pustak Mahal Editorial Group - 2002 - 240 pages
...the angle of reflection when the angle of incidence is 43"? 1 1 What is the missing word? The image in a mirror appears to be as far behind the mirror as the is in front of it. 12 What instrument is used for seeing over the heads of people in a crowd? 13...
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Natural Philosophy ...

William James Rolfe - Physics - 1874 - 405 pages
...between A and B, 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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