Physics Optics test for Concave Mirror II

The nature of image is not affected by the position of the object in ____.
Both A and C
convex mirror
concave mirror
plane mirror
Image formed by a concave mirror ____.
All of the above.
can be magnified or diminished.
can be erect or inverted.
can be real or virtual.
While doing experiments with candle to find focal length of a concave mirror, the candle is placed between ____.
Beyond focus.
at focus
focus and centre of curvature
pole and focus
A student obtains a blurred image of an object on a screen by using a concave mirror. In order to obtain a sharp image on the screen, he will have to shift the mirror ____.
to a position very far away from the screen.
either towards or away from the screen depending upon the position of the object.
away from the screen.
towards the screen.
Focal length of the concave mirror depends on its ____.
material used
radius of curvature
aperture
size
Your school laboratory has one large window. To find the focal length of a concave mirror using one of the walls as the screen, the experiment may be performed ____.
only on the table as per the laboratory arrangement.
on the wall adjacent to the window.
on the same wall as the window.
near the wall opposite to the window.
Number of trails taken t fined focal length cans ____.
bring no change in result
both A and B
increases accuracy
reduce error
/
Any ray passing through the optical centre wills ____.
pass through 2f.
get converged at focus.
go undeviated
retrace its path.
A sharp image of a distant object is obtained on a screen by using a convex lens. In order to determine the focal length f the lens, you need to measure the distance between the ____.
lens and the screen and also object and the screen.
object and the screen.
lens and the screen.
lens and the object.
A convex lens forms an image which is ____.
real or virtual depending on the position of object.
at focus always
virtual always
real always
On converging a portion of lens with a black sheet ____.
size depending on the coverage area.
full image of increased brightness is formed.
full image of reduced brightness is formed.
full image is formed.
When red, blue and green light coming parallel to principle axis fall on a convex lens, they will converge on the axis at ____.
Always at one point.
three points
two points
one point
A student obtained a sharp image of the grill of a window in the laboratory on a Screen, using a convex lens. For getting better results, her teacher suggested focusing of a distant tree instead of the grill. In which direction should the lens be moved for this purpose to get a sharp image on the screen?
Very far away from the screen.
Behind the screen.
Away from the screen.
Toward the screen.
The lens which cannot form a real image ____.
plane
plano-convex
concave
convex
A concave lens always produces ____.
All of the above
erect image
diminished image
virtual image
A convex lens always ____.
converges or diverges based on object distance
neither converges nor diverges
diverges
converges
The point at the centre of a lens is called as ____.
aperture
focus
optical centre
pole
A ray passing through the focus and falling on a convex lens will ____.
None of the above.
will emerge through focus on their side.
will emerge parallel to principle axis.
retrace its path.
Given below are few steps (not in proper sequence) followed in the determination of focal length of a given convex lens by obtaining a sharp image of a distant object: (i) Measure the distance between the lens and screen. (ii) Adjust the position of the lens to form a sharp image. (iii) Select a suitable distant object. (iv) Hold the lens between the object and the screen with its faces parallel to the screen. The correct sequence of steps for determination of focal length is ____.
(i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
(iii), (i), (ii), (iv)
(iii), (iv), (ii), (i)
(iii), (i), (iv), (ii)
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This test is on Concave mirror to test your level of Physics knowledge in Optics

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