# Копія Two Mirrors

- Author:
- Kharkiv GeoGebra Institute, Ryan Hirst

Source S producing a single ray; A &B mirrors.

NOTES:
The blue arrows show which side of the mirror is reflective.
I have calculated the bounces in sequence, following the method of the previous worksheets. I want more than this: I want to figure out
1. (if and) 2. how many times it will bounce
3. The positions and directions of the bounces
directly from the given information: the relative positions and orientations of the objects.
To do this, let me consider the following

*when*the ray will strike each mirror,**CASE:**Suppose the mirrors are infinitely long, and not parallel. They will intersect. In the region between the two mirrors, introduce a ray. What is its path? In other words, consider the reflection of a ray in a region between two intersecting lines... ________________**Light > Reflection**Prev: http://tube.geogebra.org/material/show/id/112549 Next: http://tube.geogebra.org/material/show/id/128470 (Reflect a ray of light: http://www.geogebratube.org/material/show/id/111895)