How is the property of reversibility of the incident and reflected rays expressed?

If, in the direction of the reflected beam, a beam of light is sent from the illuminator, it will be reflected from the mirror and go in the direction in which the incident beam went in the previous experiment. The beams and angles are reversed. This property of the reflected and incident rays is called the reversibility (or reciprocity) of light rays.

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