convergence of concave mirror can be decreases by dipping in:-


a.water     b.oil       c.both(a)and (b)         d.none of these

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since REFRACTION is not involved in the operation of a mirror and in addition, the laws of REFLECTION are independent of the medium, the answer is (d)


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