A Converging Lens is Used to Obtain an Image of an Object Placed in Front of It. the Inverted Image is Formed Between F2 and 2f2 of the Lens. Where is the Object Placed? - Physics

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A converging lens is used to obtain an image of an object placed in front of it. The inverted image is formed between F2 and 2F2 of the lens. Where is the object placed?

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Object is beyond 2F1.

Concept: Lens
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Chapter 4: Refraction through Lenses and Optical Instruments - Short Answers

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ICSE Class 10 Physics
Chapter 4 Refraction through Lenses and Optical Instruments
Short Answers | Q 34

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