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The Image Position and Magnification in Curved Mirrors and Lenses Calculator will calculate the:

- The position of image produced by a curved mirror or a lens
- Magnification produced by a curved mirror or a lens
- Height of the image produced by reflection in curved mirrors if the object's height is known.

**Calculator Limitations:** Curved mirror and lenses are considered as ideal.

The position of image produced by a curved mirror or a lens is cm |

The magnification produced by a curved mirror or a lens is |

The height of the image produced by reflection in curved mirrors or in lenses if the object's height is known is cm |

(Position of the image calculation |
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d_{i} = d_{o} × F/d_{o} - Fd _{i} = × / - d _{i} = /d _{i} = |

Magnification produced by a curved mirror or a lens calculation |

M = F/d_{o} - FM = / - M = /M = |

Height of the image produced by a curved mirror or lens calculation |

h_{i} = h_{o} × ()F/d_{o} - Fh _{i} = × ()/ - h _{i} = × ()/h _{i} = × h _{i} = |

Image Position And Magnification In Curved Mirrors And Lenses Calculator Input Values |

Position of the object, (d_{o}) cm |

Focal length (F) cm |

Height of the object (h_{o}) cm |

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When using the calculator, you must consider the sign rules written below:

- The object's position d
_{o}is always taken as positive. - In concave mirrors and converging lenses, the focal length F is taken as positive while in convex mirrors and diverging lenses it is taken as negative.
- If the image is real, its position d
_{i}is taken as positive, while if the image is virtual its distance d_{i}is taken as negative.

d_{i} = *d*_{o} × F*/**d*_{o}-F

The formula above is obtained by rearranging the mirrors (lenses) equation:

M = *F**/**d*_{o} - F

The formula above is obtained by the combination of the two other formulae:

h_{i} = h_{o} × (*F**/**d*_{o} - F)

The formula above is obtained by the combination of the two other formulae:

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