In the convex lens if an object is placed at 2 F1, the image is formed at ______. - Science and Technology 1

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In the convex lens if an object is placed at 2 F1, the image is formed at ______.

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  • F1

  • 2 F2

  • beyond 2 F1

  • On the same side of the lens as the object

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Solution

In the convex lens if an object is placed at 2 F1, the image is formed at 2 F2.

Concept: Lens
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