The image formed by a convex mirror is:
(a) erect and diminished
(b) erect and enlarged
(c) inverted and diminished
(d) inverted and enlarged



(a) erect and diminished

Reason — In a convex mirror, the image formed is always virtual, erect and diminished. It is always situated between it’s pole and focus irrespective of the distance of object in front of the mirror.

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