Try some simple hands-on science to learn about mirror images.
Not exactly. The order of your fingers and thumb are different. On your left hand you have a thumb and then four fingers (looking from left to right), but on your right hand you have four fingers and then a thumb. The order is reversed.
So we can now see that they are not the same. They are called mirror images of one another.
Now look at the order of the fingers and thumb. They are in the same order. But you're looking at the back of your hand, and the mirror image shows your palm. Does this sound like something we just did when we compared the right and left hands?
See? The image of your right hand in the mirror looks just like your left hand! The fingers and thumb are in the same order and both palms are facing you. So your left hand looks just like the mirror image of your right. That's why your right and left hand are called mirror images of each other.