Diverging lenses produce a "virtual" image, which can be seen but can't be projected, and converging lenses produce a "real" image which can be projected but not seen.
How come we can see the image produced by a converging lens, which is supposed to be a real image?
None, I don't think I'll need to use any equation for this.
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm clueless... why is it that real images can in theory not be seen? I know that when I look through a magnifying glass, which is a converging lens, I can definitely see something. Is it because the image is "projected" in my retina?
If I trace the rays of light through the lens I get something like this:
meaning the image is inverted and shrunken, but I can't get any further than that.
Thanks in advance!