# The real image formed by a spherical mirror is ____ relative to its object ∙ a. Erect ∙ b. Inverted ∙ c. Smaller ∙ d. Larger

The real image formed by a spherical mirror is ____ relative to its object
∙ a. Erect
∙ b. Inverted
∙ c. Smaller
∙ d. Larger

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