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An object is at rest at a distance of 2 meters from a flat mirror. The mirror starts moving in a straight line towards the object with a velocity of 1 m/s. Determine the velocity of propagation of the image of the object in the mirror.
a.
1 m/s
b.
2 m/s
c.
5 m/s
d.
3 m/s
e.
4 m/s

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