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# A Beam of Light is Incident Through the Holes on One Side of a Box and Emerges Out Through the Holes on Its Opposite Side as Shown in the Following Figure: the Box Contains: (A) a Glass Prism (B) a Concave Lens (C) a Convex Lens (D) a Parallel-sided Glass Slab - CBSE Class 10 - Science

ConceptRefraction of Light Image Formation by Lenses - Concave Lens

#### Question

A beam of light is incident through the holes on one side of a box and emerges out through the holes on its opposite side as shown in the following figure:

The box contains:
(a) a glass prism
(b) a concave lens
(c) a convex lens
(d) a parallel-sided glass slab

#### Solution

a concave lens

This is because the emergent rays of light are diverging.

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Solution A Beam of Light is Incident Through the Holes on One Side of a Box and Emerges Out Through the Holes on Its Opposite Side as Shown in the Following Figure: the Box Contains: (A) a Glass Prism (B) a Concave Lens (C) a Convex Lens (D) a Parallel-sided Glass Slab Concept: Refraction of Light - Image Formation by Lenses - Concave Lens.
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