State Whether the Following Statement Are ‘True’ Or ‘False’ by Writing T/F Against Them. a Convex Lens Has a Divergent Action and a Concave Lens Has a Convergent Action. - Physics

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True or False

State whether the following statement are ‘true’ or ‘false’ by writing T/F against them.

A convex lens has a divergent action and a concave lens has a convergent action.

Options

  • True

  • False

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Solution

False

Concept: Lens
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Chapter 5: Refraction through a Lens - Exercise 5 (B) 1 [Page 121]

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Selina Concise Physics Class 10 ICSE
Chapter 5 Refraction through a Lens
Exercise 5 (B) 1 | Q 30.1 | Page 121

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