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A virtual image produced by a lens is always A. located in the back of the lens. B. smaller than the object. C. located in front of the lens. D. larger than the object.
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User: A virtual image produced by a lens is always A. located in the back of the lens. B. smaller than the object. C. located in front of the lens. D. larger than the object.

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User: Unlike images produced by a convex spherical mirror, images produced by concave spherical mirrors A. can be real or virtual depending on the object's placement. B. are always going to be displayed upright, not inverted. C. are located only by the mirror. D. are always going to be virtual.

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Unlike images produced by a convex spherical mirror, images produced by concave spherical mirrors can be real or virtual depending on the object's placement.
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