# A confusion related to optics

I am a high school student and I am a little confused about a topic, My confusion is that,

(say an object is $$1$$ dimensional) I doubt optics while studying the formation of image what we do is take $$2$$ rays from the head of the object and then using laws of reflection we see where the ray meets and we declare that point as a reflection of the head of the object and from the head of the image to the principal axis we say that this is the length of the image now my question is if we take any general point of the object and try to reflect it will result in a point so it means that the for every point on an object there is a point of reflection where the rays meet following this if the object is made up of say $$10^{10000000}$$ points then the image points can be at max the same no. of points provided no points coincide but we know that in many cases after reflection from mirror an enlarged image is formed how is that possible with considering light as a particle.

I request you to please answer my query I asked this no. of teachers no one explained to me the reason and now I am more confused as my doubt is not getting resolved.

• Could you please paraphrase your question and punctuate it if you can? It is really hard to read and understand and follow at the moment. Dec 29, 2020 at 10:52
• When talking of "Geometrical Optics" It's better to talk light in terms of waves, not particles at this level. Dec 29, 2020 at 12:15
• It is to your benefit to write in standard English syntax. People (i.e., me) will not expend the energy needed to decode your symbols. Dec 29, 2020 at 12:29