Reflection and Mirrors Review - Answers The primary images I 1 and I 2 are simple an image resulting from the reflection of light off of mirrors M 1 and M 2. When viewing these images, light from the object will reflect off one of these mirrors and travel towards the viewer's eye. The secondary image I 3 is an image of an image. When viewing the secondary image, light must first[PDF] Reflection of Light and Mirrors - ps21pdly Reflection of Light and Mirrors State the key questions: "How large does a mirror have to be in order for you to see your whole body in it?" enters the eye and images formed in a mirror. Answer any questions the students may have with these concepts and their relationships.