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on: May 22, 2010, 02:22:53 pm »

Asssume you are standing in front of a mirror and looking at yourself.
What if the mirror is not big enough and you can not see full image of yourself.
Will it be better if you move further away from the mirror?

You can drag the slider at the left to change the distand between you and the mirror.
The right slider is used to drag another object (change the distance between object and the mirror)

You can user lower sliders to change the width/height of the mirror.

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You mght want to check out related applet:The height of the mirror (to view full image)


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