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Q. An object is placed at a distance of 24 cm in front of a convex lens of focal length 8 cm. (i) What is the nature of the image formed? (ii) Calculate the distance of the image from the lens. (iii) Calculate the magnification of the image.

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should we learn the geometrical derivations for Physics?

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how can we increase the magnification of a biconvex lens  

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Explain the phenomenon of mirage with the help of a diagram.

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Why does a welder uses a special type of glass between his eyes and the object being welded ??

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What happens when a ray of light passes through the optical center  of a lens? Show using a diagram.

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List out the uses of convex lenses and concave lenses.

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State the types of spherical lenses.

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What is a lens?

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Complete the following ray diagrams: (a)           (b)    

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At which position of object we can obtain a real and inverted image using concave lens.

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When can be the first and the second focal length of a lens be equal . i.e f1 = f2 (numerically) ?

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Why is convex lens referred to as converging lens? Use diagram.

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