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An object 4.3 mm high is on the optical axis of two lenses with focal lengths f1 = +5.0 cm, f2 = +10 cm. The object is 6.4 cm to the left of the first lens, and the second lens is 31 cm to the right of the first lens. Find the position (relative to the second lens) and the size of the final image by calculation.

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An object 5.1 mm high is on the optical axis of two lenses with
focal lengths f1 = +5.0 cm,
f2 = +10 cm. The object is 6.7 cm to the left
of the first lens, and the second lens is 32 cm to the right of the
first lens. Find the position (relative to the second lens) and the
size of the final image by calculation.
position
size

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right of the first lens. Find the position (relative to the second
lens) and the size of the final image by calculation. position size
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first lens. Find the position (relative to the second lens) and the
size of the final image by calculation.
position
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size
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An object 5.2 mm high is on the optical axis of two lenses with
focal lengths f1 = +5.0 cm,
f2 = +10 cm. The object is 6.3 cm to the left
of the first lens, and the second lens is 32 cm to the right of the
first lens.
Find the position (relative to the second lens) and the size of
the final image by calculation.
position
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size
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and the second with focal length f2 = 15 cm are separated by a
distance of ` = 65 cm. An object is place at a distance of do1 = 45
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Part 1
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12 cm are separated by a = 20 cm, as in the figure below. An object
is placed p1 = 15 cm to the left of the first lens. Find the
position of the final image from the second lens. Answer in units
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Part 2
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