Aaradhy95 Aaradhy95 2 weeks ago Physics Primary School +5 pts. Also what about magnification of concave lens. Lv 7. Magnification of a concave mirror (A) Is always positive (B) Is always negative (C) Can be positive as well as negative (D) Is always zero 01. Find an answer to your question Magnification of convex lens is positive or negative 1. 4 years ago. Favourite answer. Magnification formula - 20100722 1. Join now. in concave lens magnification cannot be negative because if it is negative the image should be inverted and real as in the convex lens but it is not true in concave lens. Answer Save. Log in. dk787 dk787 Answer: Magnification of an convex mirrior must be positive because it makes all its image at positive x axis. As the concave lens the image will be always virtual and erect if magnification is positive. Relevance. magnification produced by convex mirror is positive or negative? Join now. Magnification of convex mirror is positive or negative 2 See answers rajkumarjakhar49 rajkumarjakhar49 Answer: magnification of convex mirror is positive. narini2806 24.05.2019 Physics Secondary School +13 pts. Answered Magnification formula for lens. Join now. An equiconvex lens (A) Is always convergent (B) Is always divergent (C) May be convergent or divergent depending upon the surrounding medium (D) Is neither convergent, nor divergent www.gangwarinstitue.com Contact : 8400-582-582, 8604-582-582 02. Lv 4. The magnification for lenses and mirrors is defined as the image height divided by the object height. Hande. 1. Negative. Log in. (a) The magnification is positive for all virtual images and is negative for all real images. Explain with the formula of magnification. Ask your question. Convex Mirror Magnification. 8 years ago. Ask your question. No it cannot. 0 0. ferrell. 1. Plz answer quickly!!! 3 Answers. It doesn’t discuss magnification, but has some useful ray diagrams. New questions in Physics. Magnification = (-) Image distance / Object distance . Click hereto get an answer to your question ️ Find out the correct option from the following. You could start by viewing this page: Concave Lenses, Geometrical Optics. Join now. Log in. Log in. As soon as you learn it is a real image, the sign convention for magnification is to be taken as negative (indicating it is inverted).