Theory:

Applications of Curved Mirrors:

Concave mirror:
A concave mirror which is also known as a converging mirror, has its reflecting surface bulging inwards i.e. away from the incident light. There are numerous uses of concave mirrors in our daily life.
  • Concave mirrors are used while applying make-up or shaving, as they provide a magnified image.
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  • They are used in torches, searchlights, and headlights to direct the light to a long distance.
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  • They can collect the light from a larger area and focus it on a small spot. Hence, they are used in solar cookers.
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  • They are used as head mirrors by doctors to examine the eye, ear, nose and throat as they provide a shadow-free illumination of the organ.
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  • They are also used in reflecting telescopes.
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Convex mirror:
 
A convex mirror is a spherical reflecting surface in which its bulging side faces the light source.  There are numerous uses of convex mirrors in daily life.
  • Convex mirrors are used as rearview mirrors in vehicles, because they provide an upright image and give a wider view as they are curved outwards.
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  • They are found in the hallways of various buildings, including hospitals, hotels, schools and stores. They are usually installed on a wall or ceiling where hallways make sharp turns.
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  • They are also used on roads where there are sharp curves and turns.
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Reference:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/danielfoster/28103245915/
https://pixabay.com/photos/headlamp-accident-auto-blue-broken-2940/
https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1495099
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:VM_5347_G209_north_of_Muyu_-_mirror_at_a_hairpin_bend.jpg