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" Emily ;i and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected ray; we shall see the image at L, which is the point at which the reflected rays, if continued through the mirror, would unite and form an image. "
Conversations on natural philosophy, by the author of Conversations on chemistry - Page 389
by Jane Marcet - 1839
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Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - Physics - 1821 - 366 pages
....the point at which the reflected rajs, if .continued through the mirror, would unite, and. fur man, image. This point is equally distant from the surface...? Mrs. B. A point at which converging rays unite. And it is in this case called an imaginary focus; because the rays do not really unite at that point,...
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Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - Physics - 1821 - 350 pages
...divide their angles of incidence and reflection. Mrs. B. Extremely well, Emily: and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected ray, we shall see the image L, which is the point at which the reflected rays, if continued through the mirror, would unite and...
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Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand), John Lauris Blake - Astronomy - 1826 - 308 pages
...three rays, AB, CD, EF, will be reflected f Mrs. B. Extremely well, Emily ;(and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected ray, we shall see...image at L, which is the point at which the reflected raysj if continued ,through the mirror, would unite and form an image. {This point is equally distant...
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Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand), Thomas P. Jones - Physics - 1826 - 286 pages
...incidence and reflection, of those two rays. ^ Mrs. B. Extremely well, Emily: and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected ray, we shall see the image L, which is the point at which the reflected rays, if continued through the mirror, would unite and...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 2

Physics - 1832 - 642 pages
...the reflected ray, we shall see an image, answering to that which would be produced by a body placed at L, which is the point at which the reflected rays,...sphere, and is called the imaginary focus of the mirror. A focus isa pointât which converging rays unite; in this case called an imaginary focus, because the...
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Book of lessons for the use of schools, Book 5

Ireland commissioners of nat. educ - 1835 - 398 pages
...the reflected ray, we shall see an image, answering to that which would be produced by a body placed at L, which is the point at which the reflected rays,...sphere, and is called the imaginary focus of the mirror. A focus is a point at which converging. rays unite; in this case called an imaginary focus, because...
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Fifth Book of Lessons for the Use of the Irish National Schools

Readers (Elementary) - 1836 - 424 pages
...the reflected ray, we shall see an image, answering to that which would be produced by a body placed at L, which is the point at which the reflected rays,...sphere, and is called the imaginary focus of the mirror. A focus is a point at which converging rays unite; in this case called an imaginary focus, because...
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Conversations on Natural Philosophy: In which the Elements of that Science ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - Physics - 1837 - 358 pages
...their angles of incidence and reflection. Mrs. B. Extremely well, Emily ; and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected ray, we shall see...form an image. This point is equally distant from tlic surface and centre of the sphere, and is called the imaginary focus of the mirror. Caroline. Pray...
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The Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimetal Philosophy ...

Richard Green Parker - Physics - 1838 - 266 pages
...angles of reflection PEG and TFH, and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected rays, we shall see the image at L, which is the point at...continued through the mirror would unite and form the image. This point is equally distant from the surface, and the centre of the sphere, and is called...
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The Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy ...

Richard Green Parker - Astronomy - 1839 - 298 pages
...TFH , and since we see objects in the direction of the reflected rays, we shall see the image at I., which is the point at which the reflected rays if continued through the mirror would unite and form the image. This point is equally distant from the surface, and the centre of the sphere, and is called...
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