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What type of lens is this?
It doesn't say :/
@johnweldon1993 Have you retained your knowledge of light rays and lenses? X)
Oh man....I'd have to re look at my notes for this haha literally NO retention
This is the worst part of physics 2, haha!
Optics....terrible! lol but I just got to my notes so gimme a sec haha
Okay, thanks! :)
I'm kind of confused too because I'm not given what type of lens they are referring to...
The table is referring to a convex (converging) lens - you can tell this based on the information already provided. You might find this website helpful for filling out the rest of the table: http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/refrn/Lesson-5/Converging-Lenses-Ray-Diagrams Follow the steps for drawing rays and if you sketch things out for each situation you should be able fill out the table no problem! If you understand the sign conventions you can also just use the lens equation and the equation for magnification to figure out information about the image (but the sign conventions can get confusing so I'd say stick with drawing things out first!). Let me know if you have any questions!
Oh also if you don't understand virtual and real images, (idk if you do or not didn't really read the thread), virtual is like when its in the mirror. Real images is like if you had a bed sheet and you put it at the image position, the real image of the object would be projected onto the bed sheet.
Also if you go to google and search "convex lens cases" and then click images, it will help a lot lol...I kinda like pictures so yeah
Thanks! You both have been very helpful!