29Ayessa T. Chong Date Submitted: February 15, 2011IV- St. EugeneSDA 2I.
Title: Mirrors and LensesII.
IntroductionMirrors are usually used for personal grooming and decoration. Along with lenses, mirrors arealso found in scientific devices such as telescope, lasers and cameras.In this activity, we will see how mirrors and lenses work .III.
To experience the different kinds of mirrors and lensesb)
To compare the image results projected by the mirrors and lensesIV.
Mirrors (plain, concave, convex)
Lens (convex, concave)
Look at the plain mirror then observe the image projected. Identify the orientation, size, distance,and the kind of image.2)
Repeat the first step except that a concave lens and a convex lens (one at a time) must be heldbefore the plain mirror.3)
Hold a piece of paper on one hand and a concave mirror on the other hand. The paper and themirror should face each other. Adjust the mirror until a clear image is projected at the paper.4)
Place a lighted candle on the meter stick at any distance. Hold the paper and the convex mirror oneach side of the candle. Adjust the mirror until a clear image is projected at the paper.VI.
Type Orientation Size Distance Image
Plain Upright Smaller Same distance RealConcave Upright Smaller Farther RealConvex Inverted Larger Nearer Real