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Interactive video lesson plan for: Why Am I Upside-Down When I Look in a Spoon?

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We’d like to know why you’re staring at yourself in a spoon in the first place. But we can at least answer the question of why you look upside-down when you do.

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Sources: http://www.quora.com/Why-is-a-reflection-upside-down-in-a-spoon

Tagged under: light,reflections,optics,photons,convex,concave,mirrors,upside ,spoon,focal point,focus,physics,science,hank green,quick questions

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