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The mirror equation and ray diagrams are valid concepts only for what type of rays? a. parallel rays c. intersecting rays b. perpendicular rays d. paraxial rays
The mirror equation and ray diagrams are valid concepts only for paraxial rays.
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The mirror equation and ray diagrams are valid concepts only for paraxial rays.

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