Why can real image not be formed by convex mirror?

Why can a real image not be formed by a convex mirror?

If light rays emitted from a point after being reflected or refracted on a surface actually converge at a second point, then the second point is called the real image of the first point. The convex mirror is a diverging mirror since the parallel beam of light diverges from a point or speeds over and never meets at a point after reflection.

So, a real image cannot be formed by a convex mirror.

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