How can Ray of light pass undeviated through optical centre of lens?

Asked by kushan2020 | 16th Feb, 2010, 02:10: AM

Expert Answer:

They incident normally along a line parallel to rays and passing through optical centre. And since normal incidence results in undeviation of the ray, the ray of light passes undeviated.

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Answered by  | 16th Feb, 2010, 07:45: AM

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