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PhysicsQ&A LibraryFind the object distances (in terms of f ) for a thin converginglens of focal length f if (a) the image is real and theimage distance is four times the focal length and (b) theimage is virtual and the absolute value of the image distanceis three times the focal length. (c) Calculate the magnificationof the lens for cases (a) and (b).Question

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Find the object distances (in terms of *f* ) for a thin converging

lens of focal length *f* if (a) the image is real and the

image distance is four times the focal length and (b) the

image is virtual and the absolute value of the image distance

is three times the focal length. (c) Calculate the magnification

of the lens for cases (a) and (b).

Step 1

a)

For converging lens

Step 2

b)

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