Two convex lenses in a system?


by Violagirl
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Oct3-13, 01:19 AM
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What happens when you place an object into a two-lens system consisting of two convex lenses?
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Oct3-13, 03:06 AM
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I think we need a little more info here. Where are the lenses and object located with respect to each other? What are their focal lengths?
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Oct3-13, 03:53 AM
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Google "2 convex lenses" and look at the images that come up. If you then have questions, please post them.

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Two convex lenses in a system?


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What happens when you place an object into a two-lens system consisting of two convex lenses?
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