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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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9th Edition
Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305116399

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Chapter 36, Problem 36.53P
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A 1.00-cm-high object is placed 4.00 cm to the left of a converging lens of focal length 8.00 cm. A diverging lens of focal length -16.00 cm is 6.00 cm to the right of the converging lens. Find the position and height of the final image. Is the image inverted or upright? Real or virtual?

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Chapter 36 Solutions

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Ch. 36 - An object is located 50.0 cm from a converging...Ch. 36 - (i) When ail image of an object is formed by a...Ch. 36 - A converging lens in a vertical plane receives...Ch. 36 - If Joshs lace is 30.0 cm in from of a concave...Ch. 36 - Two thin lenses of focal lengths 1 = 15.0 and 2 =...Ch. 36 - If you increase the aperture diameter of a camera...Ch. 36 - A person spearfishing from a boat sees a...Ch. 36 - Model each of the following devices in use as...Ch. 36 - A converging lens made of crown glass has a focal...Ch. 36 - A converging lens of focal length 8 cm forms a...Ch. 36 - (i) When an image of an object is formed by a...Ch. 36 - An object, represented by a gray arrow, is placed...Ch. 36 - A converging lens of short focal length can take...Ch. 36 - Explain (his statement: The focal point of a lens...Ch. 36 - Why do some emergency vehicles have the symbol...Ch. 36 - Explain why a mirror cannot give rise to chromatic...Ch. 36 - (a) Can a converging lens be made to diverge light...Ch. 36 - Explain why a fish in a spherical goldfish bowl...Ch. 36 - In Figure 36.26a, assume the gray object arrow is...Ch. 36 - Lenses used in eyeglasses, whether converging or...Ch. 36 - Suppose you want to use a converging lens to...Ch. 36 - Consider a spherical concave mirror with the...Ch. 36 - In Figures CQ36.11a and CQ36.11b, which glasses...Ch. 36 - Bethany tries on either her hyperopic grandfathers...Ch. 36 - In a Jules Verne novel, a piece of ice is shaped...Ch. 36 - A solar furnace can be constructed by using a...Ch. 36 - Figure CQ36.15 shows a lithograph by M. C. Escher...Ch. 36 - If a cylinder of solid glass or clear plastic is...Ch. 36 - Do the equations 1/p + 1/q = 1/f and M = -q/p...Ch. 36 - Determine the minimum height of a vertical flat...Ch. 36 - In a choir practice room, two parallel walls are...Ch. 36 - (a) Does your bathroom mirror show you older or...Ch. 36 - A person walks into a room that has two Hal...Ch. 36 - A periscope (Fig. P35.3) is useful for viewing...Ch. 36 - Two flat mirrors have their reflecting surfaces...Ch. 36 - Two plane mirrors stand facing each other, 3.00 m...Ch. 36 - An object is placed 50.0 cm from a concave...Ch. 36 - A concave spherical mirror has a radius of...Ch. 36 - An object is placed 20.0 cm from a concave...Ch. 36 - A convex spherical mirror has a radius of...Ch. 36 - At an intersection of hospital hallways, a convex...Ch. 36 - An object of height 2.00 cm is placed 30.0 cm from...Ch. 36 - A dentist uses a spherical mirror to examine a...Ch. 36 - A large hall in a museum has a niche in one wall....Ch. 36 - Why is the following situation impossible? At a...Ch. 36 - To fit a contact lens to a patients eye, a...Ch. 36 - A certain Christmas tree ornament is a silver...Ch. 36 - (a) A concave spherical mirror forms an inverted...Ch. 36 - (a) A concave spherical mirror forms ail inverted...Ch. 36 - An object 10.0 cm tall is placed at the zero mark...Ch. 36 - A concave spherical mirror has a radius of...Ch. 36 - A dedicated sports car enthusiast polishes the...Ch. 36 - A convex spherical mirror has a focal length of...Ch. 36 - A spherical mirror is to be used to form an image...Ch. 36 - Review. A ball is dropped at t = 0 from rest 3.00...Ch. 36 - You unconsciously estimate the distance to an...Ch. 36 - A man standing 1.52 m in front of a shaving mirror...Ch. 36 - One end of a long glass rod (n = 1.50) is formed...Ch. 36 - A cubical block of ice 50.0 cm on a side is placed...Ch. 36 - The lop of a swimming pool is at ground level. If...Ch. 36 - The magnification of the image formed by a...Ch. 36 - A flint glass, plate rests on the bottom of an...Ch. 36 - Figure P35.20 (page 958) shows a curved surface...Ch. 36 - A glass sphere (n = 1.50) with a radius of 15.0 cm...Ch. 36 - As shown in Figure P55.19, Ben and Jacob check out...Ch. 36 - A goldfish is swimming at 2.00 cm/s toward the...Ch. 36 - A thin lens has a focal length of 25.0 cm. Locate...Ch. 36 - An object located 32.0 cm in front of a lens forms...Ch. 36 - An object is located 20.0 cm to the left of a...Ch. 36 - The projection lens in a certain slide projector...Ch. 36 - An objects distance from a converging lens is 5.00...Ch. 36 - A contact lens is made of plastic with an index of...Ch. 36 - A converging lens has a focal length of 10.0 cm....Ch. 36 - A converging lens has a focal length of 10.0 cm....Ch. 36 - A diverging lens has a focal length of magnitude...Ch. 36 - The nickels image in Figure P36.47 has twice the...Ch. 36 - Suppose an object has thickness dp so that it...Ch. 36 - The left face of a biconvex lens has a radius of...Ch. 36 - In Figure P35.30, a thin converging lens of focal...Ch. 36 - An antelope is at a distance of 20.0 m from a...Ch. 36 - Why is the following situation impossible? An...Ch. 36 - A 1.00-cm-high object is placed 4.00 cm to the...Ch. 36 - The magnitudes of the radii of curvature are 32.5...Ch. 36 - Two rays traveling parallel to the principal axis...Ch. 36 - A camera is being used with a correct exposure at...Ch. 36 - Figure 35.34 diagrams a cross section of a camera....Ch. 36 - Josh cannot see objects clearly beyond 25.0 cm...Ch. 36 - The near point of a persons eye is 60.0 cm. To see...Ch. 36 - A person sees clearly wearing eyeglasses that have...Ch. 36 - The accommodation limits for a nearsighted persons...Ch. 36 - A certain childs near point is 10.0 cm; her far...Ch. 36 - A person is to be fitted with bifocals. She can...Ch. 36 - A simple model of the human eye ignores its lens...Ch. 36 - A patient has a near point of 45.0 cm and far...Ch. 36 - A lens that has a focal length of 5.00 cm is used...Ch. 36 - The distance between the eyepiece and the...Ch. 36 - The refracting telescope at the Yerkes Observatory...Ch. 36 - A certain telescope has an objective mirror with...Ch. 36 - Astronomers often take photographs with the...Ch. 36 - The lens-makers equation applies to a lens...Ch. 36 - A real object is located at the zero end of a...Ch. 36 - The distance between an object and its upright...Ch. 36 - The distance between an object and its upright...Ch. 36 - Andy decides to use an old pair of eyeglasses to...Ch. 36 - You are designing an endoscope for use inside an...Ch. 36 - The lens and mirror in Figure P36.77 are separated...Ch. 36 - Two converging lenses having focal lengths of f1 =...Ch. 36 - Figure P36.79 shows a piece of glass with index of...Ch. 36 - An object is originally at the x1 = 0 cm position...Ch. 36 - The object in Figure P36.81 is midway between the...Ch. 36 - In many applications, it is necessary to expand or...Ch. 36 - Review. A spherical lightbulb of diameter 3.20 cm...Ch. 36 - A parallel beam of light enters a glass hemisphere...Ch. 36 - Two lenses made of kinds of glass having different...Ch. 36 - Why is the following situation impossible?...Ch. 36 - An object is placed 12.0 cm to the left of a...Ch. 36 - An object is placed a distance p to the left of a...Ch. 36 - An observer to the right of the mirror-lens...Ch. 36 - In a darkened room, a burning candle is placed...Ch. 36 - The disk of the Sun subtends an angle of 0.553 at...Ch. 36 - An object 2.00 cm high is placed 40.0 cm to the...Ch. 36 - Assume the intensity of sunlight is 1.00 kW/m2 at...Ch. 36 - A zoom lens system is a combination of lenses that...Ch. 36 - Figure P36.95 shows a thin converging lens for...Ch. 36 - A floating strawberry illusion is achieved with...Ch. 36 - Consider the lensmirror arrangement shown in...

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