Draw the Ray Diagrams of a Converging Lens, When the Object is Placed at a Distance Greater than Twice the Focal Length of the Lens. - Physics

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Draw the ray diagrams of a converging lens, when the object is placed at a distance greater than twice the focal length of the lens.

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Solution

The object placed beyond 2F.
Image Nature: Real and inverted.
Size: Diminished.
Position: Between F and 2F.

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

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ICSE Class 10 Physics
Chapter 4 Refraction through Lenses and Optical Instruments
Figure Based Short Answers | Q 18

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