Observe the given figure and answer the following questions.
- Where is the above type of lens construction used?
- What type of image is formed by an objective lens?
- What happens instead of placing at Fo if the object is placed in between O and Fo?
- The above type of lens construction is used in a compound microscope.
- The image formed by the objective is real, inverted, and formed at a distance within the focal length of the eyepiece.
- If the object is placed in between O and Fo, a virtual image will be formed on the same side of the objective as that of the object. As a result, compound microscope will not be able to operate as expected.
Concept: Convex Lens
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