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The refractive index of a convex lens is n and it is immersed in a medium of refractive index n1 .a beam of light parallel to the principle axis is incident on the lens trace the path of the emergent rays for the following cases

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an object approaching a mirror with constant velocity,velocity of image appears to be twice.HOW?

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an object approaching a mirror /various types of mirrors with constant velocity.velocity of image appears to be?

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The refractive index of a convex lens is n and it is immersed in a medium of refractive index n1 .a beam of light parallel to the principle axis is incident on the lens trace the path of the emergent rays for the cases n1>n n1

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