. Define Lateral inversion
When an object is positioned in front of a plane mirror, its right side appears to be the left side in the image, and its left side appears to be the right side in the picture. The inversion of an object's sides and its mirror image is known as lateral inversion. For example, the picture generated by a flat mirror, a person's right hand, seems to be the left hand.
Lateral inversion refers to the phenomenon of the inversion of an object's sides when reflected in a plane mirror.