For each of the problems first use the necessary
equations to determine the distance to the image, the height of the image
and whether the image is real or virtual. Next use the information and
the given geometric lines to again determine the s_{i} and the h_{i}. You will
use a compass from the cc to get the correct mirror shape. Think about
the drawing before you begin. Three sample problems are given below.

1.) h_{o} = 1 cm, concave, f = 3 cm, s_{o} = 5 cm (use a parallel
ray and a principal focus ray) (solution)

2.) h_{o} = .7 cm, concave, s_{o} = 3 cm, cc = 12 cm (use a
secondary axis ray and a principal focus ray) (solution)

3.) h_{o} = 2 cm, convex, s_{o} = 3 cm, cc = 10 cm (use a parallel
ray and a secondary axis ray) (solution)