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What is the difference between a simple magnification system and a compound magnification system? What are the differences between a real image and a virtual image?

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Answer #1

Magnification can be defined as the degree to which the size of an image is larger than the image itself.

Simple microscope has a simple magnification system. This occurs with the help of simple lenses like magnifying glass.

Compound microscope has a compound magnification system. This is attained using combination of system of lenses.

Because of which higher level of magnification is obtained which is adjustable in nature.

Real image is an image formed when light rays after reflection meet at some point.

Real image is always inverted.

Virtual image is formed when light rays after reflection appear to meet at some point.

Virtual image is always erect.

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