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The other way to answer this question is to derive the relation for the magnification from the formula :

1/u + 1/v = 1/f. This isn't terribly hard, if you remember that the magnification, M = -v/u

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Can m for a convex mirror ever be equal to 1 aside from being greater than 1?

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Can m for a convex mirror ever be equal to 1 aside from being greater than 1?

nope, as you said in the original post

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