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Curved mirrors can form images with magnification greater than or less than one, and the magnification can be negative, indicating that the image is inverted. Light travels through a vacuum at about 300 million meters per second and through water at about 226 million meters per second. Foremost amongst this are indications that neutrinos have non-zero mass. Since measuring the angles would only allow him to determine the ratio of the indices of refraction of two media.

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