relation between intensity of image and aperture when half of the lens is covered
Asked by kathyvincent11 | 1st Jun, 2020, 04:40: PM
When the half of the lens is covered then the intensity of image decreases.
This is because the intensity of the image is directly proportional to the area of aperture of lens receiving the light.
The area of aperture is given as,
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 1st Jun, 2020, 08:13: PM
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