State the Position of the Object in Front of a Converging Lens If It is Used as a Magnifying Lens. - Physics

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State the position of the object in front of a converging lens if It is used as a magnifying lens.

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Solution

To be used as the magnifying object must be placed between lens and F1

Concept: Lens
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2017-2018 (March) Set A

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