For a specific glass lens f = 0.5 m. This is the only information given to the student. Which type of lens is given to him and what is its power? - Science and Technology 1

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For a specific glass lens f = 0.5 m. This is the only information given to the student. Which type of lens is given to him and what is its power?

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  • power 2 D; convex lens

  • power 1 D; concave lens

  • power - 0.5 D; concave lens

  • power - 0.25 D; convex lens

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Solution

power 2 D; convex lens

Concept: Convex Lens
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Chapter 7: Lenses - Choose the correct option.

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