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Textbook Problem

Combine thin lens equations to show that the magnification for a mm lens is determined by its focal length and the object distance and is given by m = f / ( f d o ) .

To determine

To prove:

The Magnification of thin lens is determined by its focal length and object distance.

Explanation

Formula used:

Formula for focal length of thin lens is,

  1f=1d0+1di

Here,

  • f is the focal length.
  • d0 is the object distance.
  • di is the image distance.

Formula for magnification is,

  m=dido

Here,

  • m is the magnification.

Rearranging the formula we get,

  di=mdo

Calculation:

Using the above two equations,

  1mdo+1do

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