Starting with a real object, which of the following statements are TRUE about the image formed by a single lens? (Choose ALL correct answers, e.g. B, AC, CDF.)
A) For a converging lens an object has to be placed between the focal length and the lens in order to form a virtual image.
B) A diverging lens can produce a real, inverted, reduced image.
C) A converging lens can produce a virtual, upright, enlarged image.
D) A converging lens cannot produce a real, inverted reduced image.
E) A converging lens can never produce a virtual, upright, reduced image.
F) A diverging lens always produces a virtual, upright, reduced image.
laws of rays passing through a lens
The Attempt at a Solution
I keep getting this wrong, and I'm not sure which one I've mixed up.
A) True - I believe this is the only way to get a virtual image for a converging lens
B) False - Diverging lenses CANT produce real images
C) True - if the object is between the focal point and the lens
D) False - this is possible if the object is placed, say, 2 times the focal length away from the lens
E) True - this is not possible because any virtual images are enlarged ???
F) False - diverging lenses can produce inverted images as well
can someone help me figure out where I'm wrong?
These are the answers I've tried: