An Object is Placed on the Axis of a Lens.The Positions of the Image Are Always Always Between the Lens and the Object.State Three Characteristics of the Image - Physics

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An object is placed on the axis of a lens. An image is formed by refraction in the lens. For all positions of the object on the axis of the lens, the positions of the image are always always between the lens and the object.State three characteristics of the image.

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Solution

The image formed is virtual, upright and diminished.

Concept: Concave Lens
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