There is common equation for convex and concave mirror. Why Newton’s Second Law is called real law of motion? 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The derivation of the mirror formula is one of the most common questions asked in various board examinations as well as competitive examinations. The mirror formula is applicable for both, plane mirrors and spherical mirrors (convex and concave mirrors). The derivation of mirror formula is given below. 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